Naace and Bett have developed over 30 plus years of association to represent education technology as a key tool for school improvement and an effective methodology for improving outcomes for learners. These two agendas are of enormous importance to school leaders and to others and, while attending BETT will inspire and invigorate, supporting Naace for the benefits of sustained collaboration and support is equally important in the long term.Read more
A message issued on behalf of all four awarding organisations with accredited GCSE (9-1) qualifications in Computer Science in England (AQA, OCR, Pearson and WJEC Eduqas).Read more
Naace used it's stand at the 2016 Academies Show to connect with members and partners and to link with those interested in becoming one of these! The Naace contribution to the seminar programme shared details of existing and upcoming services to members and to schools.Read more
Speakers at the National EdTech Conference are encouraged to blog on their Naace member profile prior to presenting and are provided with some guidelines regarding how to do this and details of a new Naace Event Presenter Badge that can be claimed by #ProudEdTechUsers.Read more
Is PISA right that, "ensuring that every child attains a baseline level of proficiency in reading will do more to create equal opportunities in a digital world than will expanding or subsidising access to high-tech devices and services"? I argue that it is not an "either/or" position.Read more
The Naace Self Review Framework will still consist of six Elements but these will now be Leadership and Management, Teaching, Learning and Assessment, Curriculum, Digital Citizenship, The Learning Community, and Resources and Technology. This tool, first developed by Naace members, now needs to be updated and Naace members are again invited to lead and participate in this review.Read more
With the solution to a GCSE Controlled Assessment from OCR published and available to students who came across it or who were introduced to it is the qualification essentially compromised for the second time in two years?