Subject specific

calendar Thu 02 Jul 2020


time 09:00 - 12:00
KS1 KS2 
Half day (£50)

Creativity with iPad: using apps to inspire creativity across the curriculum

This workshop will concentrate on the creative potential of the iPad, using Apple and other apps. The session will explore creative progression throughout the curriculum with the iPad. Ideas will be presented in context for using the iPad alongside an exploration of the pedagogy and planning behind effectively incorporating the iPad into learning across the curriculum.

 

Having attended this course teachers will...

  • understand how a range of apps can be used to inspire creativity across the primary age range
  • understand how planning and pedagogy can allow creative use of technology to inspire and develop pupil creativity
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calendar Thu 19 Mar 2020


time 09:00 - 12:00
KS1 KS2 
Half day (£50)

Science forum

The CLC’s science forum is an opportunity for primary science subject leaders to share their expertise and work with a CLC tutor to investigate a range of digital technologies that can support science teaching and learning. The open forum format allows teachers to discuss a range of issues, and share their ideas and solutions. The discussion will be followed by a CLC-led practical session, which will demonstrate how pupils can use digital technology to research, test and present scientific ideas.

Having attended this course teachers will...

  • be familiar with the science practice of other schools and subject leaders
  • be able to use digital technologies to facilitate cutting-edge scientific investigations
  • know about a range of engaging tools pupils can use to present their understanding of key scientific concepts
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calendar Thu 05 Mar 2020


time 09:00 - 12:00
KS1 KS2 
Half day (£50)

Maths forum

The maths forum provides an opportunity for maths subject leaders to share their expertise and investigate new opportunities for digital technologies to support maths teaching and learning. The forum combines discussion with colleagues about school-wide progress in mathematics, with hands-on activities, led by a CLC tutor, demonstrating how technology can be used to support maths. The session will also include materials from the ScratchMaths project, a piece of research conducted by UCL Knowledge Lab, with input from London CLC.

 

Having attended this course teachers will...

  • be familiar with the maths practice of other schools and subject leaders
  • be able to use digital technologies to facilitate cutting-edge maths activities
  • be able to introduce ScratchMaths to their colleagues at school
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calendar Thu 30 Apr 2020


time 09:15 - 03:30
KS1 KS2 
Full day (£95)

Humanities conference

Discover how digital technology can be used to support teaching and learning of the humanities subjects. This event provides opportunities for Geography, History and RE teachers to learn about curriculum developments, share their expertise and participate in hands-on technology workshops. We will also introduce experts from partner museums and galleries who will share exciting opportunities to work with their organisations.

Having attended this course teachers will...

  • have a range of new digital skills to support learners
  • know about opportunities provided by local cultural organisations
  • have learned from the experiences of other schools and subject leaders
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calendar Thu 01 Jan 1970


time 09:00 - 12:00
EYFS KS1 KS2 
Half day (£50)

Creative arts forum

This session is for teachers who lead on creative arts subjects and will include guidance on how technology can be used to support learning in music, visual art and drama. It will be facilitated by CLC specialists and will draw on our experiences as a partner in Tate Exchange programme. Teachers will have the opportunity to try a range of tools, as well as sharing their experiences and expertise with colleagues from other schools.

Having attended this course teachers will...

  • know about some new uses of technology to support creative arts
  • have a clear idea of how to plan and structure arts projects using technology
  • gain some new approaches for sharing, collaborating and publishing with technology
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