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Teaching assistant training: supporting digital learning KS1

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This session will help teaching assistants develop the skills and confidence to support learning in the KS1 computing curriculum

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This half-day training session will help teaching assistants develop the skills and confidence to support learning in the KS1 computing curriculum. Practical workshops will embed the principles of the computing curriculum in a variety of hands-on activities using a range of appropriate hardware and software. This session will also include information on how to support blended learning using digital tools.

Having attended this course, teachers will:

• have a good understanding of the concepts underpinning the computing curriculum.

• feel confident to support pupils in using a variety of software and hardware.


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We have worked with London schools for twenty years putting creativity and real world contexts at the heart of learning opportunities for young people, teachers and parents. We involve children and young people in using digital technologies to create, experiment, design and explore. Originally funded by central government as part of the City Learning Centre and Education Action Zone initiatives, London Connected Learning Centre has developed a programme of creative technology based learning and education technology solutions. We foster collaboration between teachers, students and parents and we work in partnership with businesses, community and cultural organisations including IBM, Tate, British Film Institute, Coin Street Community Builders and National Portrait Gallery.

 

 

 We won the 2015 NAACE Impact Award for Technical Support, the 2014 NAACE Impact Award for Curriculum Support Services and the Association of Learning Technologist Team of the Year award in 2012.  The Centre is part of the Computing for Schools Network of Excellence for the teaching of computer science and is part of LGFL’s recognised Support Framework.

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