Naace Newsletter 20 January 2017

The annual Education Technology Conference is taking place this March – will you be joining us?
Join us for the NaaceMeet – a teachmeet style event and networking dinner at the National Education Technology Conference 2017
Naace at Bett – stand G135
Assessment and a New Partnership
Successful school does it again
How can technology assist dyslexic learners?
Schools aggregated procurement for tablets, laptops and desktops
The EdTech Podcast Weekly – Latest Episode Links
Sponsors’ Corner

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Naace Newsletter 6 January 2017

In this edition:

Mind the digital skills gap: Naace conference workshop
Skype in the Classroom
HundrED
School wins high praise
Primary school leads the way on parental engagement
The EdTech Podcast Weekly #46 – with Prof Stephen Heppell
Opportunity for Naace members at Bett 2017
Children left to fend for themselves in the digital world
Sponsors’ corner
Bits and pieces

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Naace Newsletter 2 December 2016

In this week’s edition:

Baker’s Dozen – Programming Pedagogy Breakout for the Naace Conference
Physical computing with the Raspberry Pi at Naace Conference
Computing Assessment Framework
An Essential Guide to using Ed Tech for Assessment for Learning
DfE grammar schools consultation
A strategy to improve experiences of computing and technology for pupils
Naace @ The Academies Show 2016
Education Business Technology Summit
E-safety
360 degree safe E-Safety Mark assessor training
The Edtech Podcast
Sponsors’ Corner
Bits and pieces

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Naace Newsletter 18 November 2016

In this edition:

* Promoting STEM careers by incorporating Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, GIS and 3D printing in the classroom – join us for this keynote at the National Education Technology Conference 2017
* Jargon-busting in EdTech
* Bett 2017 celebrates education game changers
* PowerPoint’s Neglected Talents
* 2017 Bett Award finalists
* Invite to Minecraft: Education Edition – UK launch event
* Sponsors’ corner
* Bits and pieces

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Naace Sponsors Product Update Newsletter 11 November 2016

In this week’s edition:

* EducationCity update
* Microsoft in the Classroom Training Events
* eCadets: leading pupil-led online safety education programme
* Fujitsu: The importance of capturing evidence of children’s progress
* InfoMentor: five ways that you can start reducing teacher workload in your school
* Kudlian: “Ssshhh – Christmas is coming”
* iCT4: InVentry Sign in Solutions for Education
* Derventio Education : Introducing the Multi Academy Trust View in SchooliP
* Show My Homework: Experience unrivalled homework setting consistency across your Multi Academy Trust
* EES for Schools: Streamlining School Improvement
* Rising Stars at the launch of Minecraft Education Edition
* Meet Cubetto. The easiest way to learn coding for ages 3 and up
* RM Education: UTC Oxfordshire make significant cost savings
* Skooler: Are you using or setting up Office 365 in your school?
* Frog Education: Free events to help you navigate teaching and learning without levels!
* New Era Education – Crown Commercial Service Supplier
* DigitalMe: What’s the cost of Open Badges?
* Bitnet Solutions: e-DART- Educational Data Analysis and Reporting Tool

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Naace Newsletter 4 November 2016

In this edition:
* 1st Keynote of the National Education Technology Conference 2017 announced!
* Learning Unlimited – Naace Regional Conference, 21 October: keynotes now available
* Be the change: unite for a better internet
* Essential Guide to impacting on standards in maths with technology for primary teachers
* Putting coding in its place
* Mastering computing in a primary school
* Kids should be able to do it too: Programming the way actual programmers do it
* Primary Text Adventures at Naace conference 2017
* Naace and MozFest 2016
* The impact of point scores on the secondary school student experience
* Bett 2017: ExCel London from 25 to 28 January 2017
* The Education Business Technology Summit 13 December 2016
* New Naace sponsor: Skooler
* Advertising opportunities on the Naace website
* Sponsors’ corner
* Bits and pieces

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Naace Newsletter 21 October 2016

In this week’s edition:

* We are pleased to announce that the delegate bookings for the National Education Technology Conference 2017 are now open!
* The National Education Technology Conference; Guidance for Speakers
* Request to members – help us grow Naace
* Making Education Technology pay its way – the Emancipatory Effect
* GiDT Themed Training
* Further speakers confirmed – Smart Procurement for Schools, Saving Money and More
* What does creative computing look like? 5 key themes…and yes, you need time!
* Life After Levels Conferences
* Ministerial statement from Justine Greening: Primary Education
* Fellows
* eGuide update- more guides available for members
* Sponsors’ corner
* Bits and pieces

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