Summer Term Courses
everyone can creaTE BOOKS
Wednesday 15th May
At Burton Joyce Primary School
- Do you need to engage children in writing?
- Are you looking for ways to use technology in English lessons?
- Have you used multi-modal books before and looking for new ways to create digital texts]
This free workshop will introduce you to the free Pages app from Apple.
You will see examples of student work from Burton Joyce Primary School learn how to use Pages in your English lessons to give your students a global audience and become digital authors. This course is perfect for English leaders, ICT leaders, Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers and adults who support children with additional needs and language development.
At the end of this free workshop, you will be confident to:
- Use Pages to create digital books for topics, fiction writing or social stories,
- Plan lessons and projects to make digital books.
- Be familiar with the Everyone Can Create project guides.
Reserve your free place here.
everyone can creaTE A BETTER INTERNET
Monday 3rd June
At Burton Joyce Primary School
Primary Schools are well aware on the importance of teaching e-Safety but how can you teach this creatively and talk about the problems your class may experience?
Inspired by Safer Internet Day 2019, this workshop will give you creative ways to teach an online safety curriculum and get your children talking about the issues faced in their lives online. Using activities from the Everyone Can Create guides, you will learn how Years 1 to 6 can draw emojis, record raps, use photo collages and film tutorials to show what they know about e-Safety. Examples of pupil work from Burton Joyce Primary School will be shared and you will take away planning and resources to use back at school.
This hands-on workshop is suitable for all Key Stage 1 and 2 teachers, computing leaders and teaching assistants.
ipad network (day 3 of 3)
at Edwinstowe House, Edwinstowe
By attending this network you will:
- have a better understanding of what best practice with iPad and apps looks like;
- know how to manage iPad devices effectively;
- hear about new features for education in iOS updates, learn more about iPad curriculum resources and use the Apple Teacher professional development tool.
Now in it’s fifth year, the iPad Network will continue to develop the use of iPad devices in teaching and learning. This network not only shares best practice in the computing curriculum, it develops the use of iPad and apps across all subjects and key stages. The network is planned and delivered by Marc Faulder, an Apple Distinguished Educator and aims to ensure you make the most of your iPad devices in school.
Use iPad devices to support learning and teaching through:
- selection and deployment of apps;
- addressing technical issues related to iPad devices in the classroom;
- sharing good practice and networking with colleagues.
This is day three of a three day network. Please ensure you book day one and two separately.
Delegates need to bring a fully charged and updated iPad to each network and install the free iTunes U app.