A free give-away for all BETT 2017 attendees

Dear BETT 2017 attendee, As an official partner and supporter of the BETT Show, Naace is delighted to share with you a free resource. Please click here to download a free copy of the Naace Essential Guide to the Use of QR Codes.
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Advertising opportunities on the Naace website

A new digital advertising opportunity is now available to ed tech companies who share Naace’s aim to advance education through the most appropriate use of technology We are offering the chance for your company details to appear at a key position online - the very top of the Naace website! At this stage this is a pilot scheme, and we therefore cannot guarantee the opportunity will be available for ever. This is strictly a first come first served offer. We’d like to invite you to share with us relevant images of your products being used with learners in a manner that highlights the modern use of technology. The images, subject to Naace’s approval, shall be used at the top of the Naace homepage replacing the current art work.
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GiDT Themed Training

I've been working through training scenarios for Get it Done Training (GiDT) in Office 365. This latest video looks at how 365 might be applied to support a school in refreshing their Schemes of Work.
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What does creative computing look like? 5 key themes…and yes, you need time!

In conversation with Sam Patterson, Puppet Master & Makerspace Coordinator, Echo Horizon School, San Francisco (@SamPatue), Michael Luetjen, Computer Sci. & EdTech Lead Learner, Pine Crest School, Florida (@Criticalclick), and Cory Roush, Literacy Specialist at Muskingum County Library System, Ohio (@coryroush) certain traits can be identified which are exciting educators ‘beyond the hour of code.’ These are...
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The Continuing Digital Divide – is it important?

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.
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Support for UK MOS champion in World Finals this summer

One of my pupils, Logan Cooper, has become Microsoft Office Specialist UK champion in PowerPoint 2013 at the UK finals at MS Paddington a couple of weeks ago. This is the second year one of my pupils has represented the UK in this competition....needs more engagement and promotion in the UK and drawing-in a sponsor would help to spread the word. I would be more than happy to play a PR role in writing up the experience and ensuring that there is a Twitter feed from the event in Orlando next month.
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