Naace Newsletter 27 May 2016

* On Reflection - Updating the Self-review Framework * An Essential Guide to Databases for Primary Teachers - a new publication available online * Further sessions confirmed - The Inclusion and SEN event, Friday 17 June 2016 * The importance of capturing evidence of children's progress * New area on the Naace website for school leaders * Cloud software services: how schools should protect data * New! Updated ICT and qualifications list now available * Which innovations will still have an impact on teaching and learning in the future? * The Economist Intelligence Unit: Education to 2030 * Other events * Bits and pieces
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The Naace education technology newsletter, 12 February 2016

The National Education Technology Conference 2016 – new announcements E-safeguarding and Online Safety Essential questions schools should ask their ICT service partners DfE procurement guidance New cyber security training for teachers helps boost UK skills base Vacancies National Centre for Citizenship and the Law The French Digital Plan For Education Become a Naace Fellow Advancing Education summer 2016 - Call for Papers New sponsor joins Naace: SysAid Technologies Sponsors' Corner Bits and pieces
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Naace Newsletter 29 January 2016

Naace launches new community website Keynote speakers announced for the National Education Technology Conference 2016 – Making IT Better Post Bett'ism Computing Science is also affected as schools choose traditional sciences BESA Naace Education Technology Briefing Paper Self-review Framework Review Safer Internet Day fast approaching - 9 February 2016 Dave Smith interviewed at Bett Nicky Morgan: Bett Show speech 2016 What is new in the world of EdTech? ICT Mark news Global Projects Creative Technology Use in K-12 Minecraft to launch education edition New drive to protect children from ‘spell of twisted ideologies’ BBC Micro Bit mini-computer faces further delay Time spent online ‘overtakes TV’ among youngsters Naace partners win Bett awards Sponsors' corner Bits and pieces
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ICT Mark News

Please join us in congratulating the following schools, recently awarded the ICT Mark: Sandhurst School, Bracknell Forest... Yavneh College, Hertfordshire
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