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2Simple Learn Lives @ Bett 2015

November 28, 2014, 10:30 am

Coding 101: How to teach coding for the enthusiastic, the inquisitive and the utterly terrified!

Mark Burrows - Head of Education

Schools Learn Live: Primary theatre| When: 14:30 - 15:15, 21 Jan 2015

Former Head Teacher Mark Burrows shows how 2Code can be used by all primary school teachers to hit every one of the new coding objectives on the National Curriculum 2014.  With these objectives broken down into simple standalone activities teaching to code doesn't need to be scary.

Watch an introduction to 2Code.

 

Making our school brilliant! - Catching and sharing observations & positive behaviour on the move

Geoff Broadbent - 2Simple - App Inventor - 2Build a Profile

Schools Learn Live: Primary theatre| When: 14:30 - 15:15, 22 Jan 2015

Teacher and App inventor Geoff Broadbent explains how to embed a consistent and effective behavioural and assessment policy that will get teachers and learners working together.  This session will be particularly interesting to primary school teachers and management teams who want a simple assessment and behavioural solution for the whole school.

 

Engaging Reluctant Readers in the Digital Age

Jonny Zucker - Serial Mash Author

Schools Learn Live: Primary theatre| When: 13:30 - 14:15, 23 Jan 2015

Former teacher and award winning children's author Jonny Zucker demonstrates how technology is revolutionizing literacy in schools and getting even the most reluctant readers excited about books.  Jonny will explain how using technology can give pupils ownership of digital books and how teachers can use this to promote reading for pleasure.

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Mash Club is here

February 13, 2018, 9:15 am

Mash Club is the computing club that puts children in charge of their learning, taking them on an after-school journey so creative they'll never want to leave.

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Reward children for their hard work with Rewards

May 3, 2018, 11:00 am

Wave your magic wand to make virtual rewards appear from behind a curtain on children's accounts.

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