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Back in July Uppingham Colllege became 2nd UK Kodu Kup Champions. This meant that they received an invite to Kodu Kup Europe in Brussels
The BCS Certificate in Computer Science Teaching offers professional recognition to current teachers of Computing and demonstrates their technical and pedagogical competence, as well as their engagement with their own professional development. It is evidence-based certification provided by Computing At School and accredited by BCS, The Chartered Institute for ICT. There are two versions of the Certificate, one for secondary and one for primary teachers.
Built on Office 365 and SharePoint Online, the OneNote Class Notebook Creator saves teachers time and boosts classroom efficiency by:
A series of events for school leaders and technologically innovative teachers to experience how Windows 8 Tablets can help transform the classroom through hands-on immersive activities delivered by the Tablet Academy.
Tablets and mobile devices are transforming the classroom. Do you have any innovative ideas on how tablets can positively impact teaching or learning in YOUR school? Perhaps you would use apps to create engaging maths tutorials, or film your science experiments and collaborate on results.
Eve Psalti , Director of Microsoft Partners in Learning invites Educators across the UK to apply for the opportunity to join one of the biggest global communities in Education.
We are looking for a teacher/trainer/consultant with excellent knowledge of the Microsoft Windows platform and use of mobile devices in a school environment.
A guest blog post from James Stuttard. who brilliantly describes the start of their 1:1 journey at Spratton Hall School , Northampton
In the spring of 2012 I was sat in a heads of department meeting in the Library. Surrounded by books and the 20 aged computers, the future of the Teaching and Learning at our school was being debated.
All great brands change their name at some point without diminishing the brilliance of the product . Who remembers Opal Fruits to Starburst , Jif to Cif and of course Marathon to Snickers. During the past 10 years I have been involved with
Educators will be familiar with Blooms Taxonomy of Educational objectives, which classifies orders of thinking. Now Microsoft has a range of tools specifically designed to support pupils through this learning journey. Join us in exploring exciting new ways to learn in an effective, personal and more immersive way than ever before