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During Term 4 of last session, P6 pupils at Noblehill Primary School in Dumfries and Galloway took part in a Micro:Bit Global Challenge.  Their challenge was to design a ‘gadget’ which would support the work currently being undertaken  around the world to support climate change.  The pupils chose Verity, Lilly and Sophie’s design ‘Shell… Read more

How can we introduce more tools into the classroom?  What do we need?  How do we store them?  How do we learn how to use them?  What do we do with them? This session, for practitioners of all stages, aims to: explore what introducing tools into the classroom may look… Read more

In the run up to COP26, Code Club is supporting young learners to code the change they want to see in the world around them.  In this session, Code Club will share the * Environment project collection, full of ideas for great environment related projects to share with learners of… Read more

The programme is structured to support digital leaders at all levels to reflect on current and emerging practice and consider the nature and purpose of digital learning and teaching. Participants will be encouraged to examine and discuss the themes of developing self regulated digital learners opportunities for curriculum change and… Read more

The British Esports Association (@British_Esports) has developed a new Parent & Carers Guide in collaboration with the NSPCC, which aims to educate parents and carers about esports and online safety. This guide has been created to provide information to help parents understand more about the esports industry. The contents of… Read more

Esports (or electronic sports) is a term used to describe competitive video gaming. With 81% of children playing video games online nowadays, games are arguably a larger part of their lives than ever before. The British Esports Association (BEA) is a not-for-profit national body established in 2016 to promote esports in the UK,… Read more

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During Term 4 of last session, P6 pupils at Noblehill Primary School in Dumfries and Galloway took part in a Micro:Bit Global Challenge.  Their challenge was… Read more

This workshop is designed for teachers new to Apple Technology and looking to introduce & integrate iPad into their curriculum. During the workshop you will… Read more

Williamsburgh Primary School Using QR codes and ‘ThingLink’ for homework and resources, to encourage children to lead their learning, develop digital literacy skills, and overcome… Read more

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Communicating online carries more risk than just consuming or creating content. Interacting with others increases the variables that can impact a learner’s online experience. Platforms such… Read more

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It is possible to create content that isn’t shared online but more of our images and video is shared online. Sharing content publicly has higher… Read more