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Blwyddyn Newydd Dda i chi, Happy New Year. I am not sure how you feel about New Year’s resolutions, but I thought I would make one. I thought I would try and blog at lease once a week about a Windows 8.1 app or apps that I think would be great in the classroom.
It’s the end of another great year with Microsoft Partners in Learning. We are looking forward to the year ahead.
Today we are pleased to announce the winning school. They are Gwyrosydd Primary School in Swansea.
It’s that time of year, the nights are dark, the weather has turned colder, Xmas jingles are playing in the shops and the thoughts of everybody turns to one great celebration. That’s right it’s the time of year for the Hour of Code.
Finals day 4th November, 30 students V MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist) Exam, would the students from Rhondda Cynon Taff (RCT) council in Wales prevail or would the MOS exam defeat them? RCT has partnered with Microsoft to provide the Microsoft IT Academy programme to ALL of its 132 schools, to develop technology skills for both teachers and students and to help prepare students for a career in the 21st Century.
We have gathered together our largest group of Expert Educators ever and introduced a new Fellows programme. We are proud to have this elite group of distinguished expert educators join us and others from around the globe.
Ok so that’s the first term over. Now what? Maybe your thoughts are turning towards Professional Development (ok , Xmas holidays first , then Professional Development). What will that be? What will it look like? Do we have the time? who will deliver it? Will it meet our needs as a school, Will it meet my needs? and can we afford it? All of these are important and valid questions. But in my experience by the time you have solved the majority its too late.
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: