Packed with up to date information, activities and videos.
Use it as a formal programme of study or a handy reference.
Comprehensive coverage of the 2014 ICT and Computing curriculum.
Everything you'll ever need to know about using ICT in primary schools.
Includes a wide range of Open Source software.
Includes an extensive range of free resources.
Unbeatable value for money !
Unbelievable value at just £29.95 !
This DVD based course covers the Computer Science and ICT elements of the 2014 Computing curriculum.
After studying this course you will:
Understand the benefits of programming for children of all ages.
Be conversant with the basic principles of programming.
Be familiar with a number of programming languages and programmable toys.
Be able to carry out basic programming activities.
Know how to use ICT resources to create, collect, organise, store,
manipulate,retrieve, analyse, evaluate and present data and information.
Know how to use technology to perform effective searches.
Be familiar with common uses of information technology beyond school.
Use technology safely.
The Bee-Bot is a favourite resource in many primary schools and nurseries because it is an extremely valuable
learning tool thatís fun and motivating for children.
The 101 activities in the booklet are designed to satisfy the requirements of many elements of the national curriculum including Maths, English and the programming aspects of the Computing curriculum.
Available as dvd (£4.95+p&p) or booklet (£6.95+p&p)
The ICT Handbook for Primary Teachers (2nd edition, 2015) will help all those involved in primary education, whether in training, teaching or leadership roles, to develop the ICT knowledge, understanding and skills required to enhance childrenís learning in the classroom. This new edition reflects the changes to the curriculum from 2014. It includes a new section on the Computing curriculum and an overview of the reorganisation of those online agencies that serve to support ICT.
£24.99 £10.99 +p&p (limited number available)
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