There’s more to computing than coding

Naace Strategic Conference on 25 - 26 March 2015 ‘New computing curriculum isn’t just about programming’ Naace, the community of educators, technologists and policy makers to discuss the new computing curriculum at the Naace Strategic Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre 25and 26of March. One of the discussions will focus on how, in some schools, Information and Communications Technology (ICT) - a key element in the curriculum - is getting lost in the rush to provide more teaching of computer science (the study of computers and computational systems).
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Taking education to the next level

Naace, the community of educators, technologists and policy makers who share a vision for the role of technology in advancing education has announced that it will be examining best practice examples of raising achievement through technology at its annual Strategic Conference.
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Computing in schools is as essential as literacy and numeracy

Sector experts consider the most effective ways to embed digital literacy across the curriculum Naace, the community of educators, technologists and policy makers today announced a focus on raising achievement through technology at its annual Naace Strategic Conference.
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Obama in your school? – 3rd millennium learning in practice

Congratulations are due to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Newport for showing us all just what can be achieved when you set about bringing the real outside world into your school. Giving children experience of the world outside their school and bringing 'real-world' experiences into school is a big part of how schools are creating '3rd millennium learning'. Mount Pleasant Primary School are one of the 90+ schools that have gained the Naace 3rd Millennium Learning Award. You can see the kinds of learning experiences the children have in the school in the video for parents they created as part of their Award submission
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