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Technology to support teaching and learning in English

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London Connected Learning Centre

Rectory Grove

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SW4 0EL

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Are you making the most of the opportunities technology offers across the curriculum?

Our programmes for English, maths and humanities are for subject leaders who would like to use technology more effectively in their curriculum area. Combining one to one training and consultancy with opportunities to share learning with colleagues across London.

The English programme focuses on best practice and research-based approaches to using technology to improve all aspects of learning in English, including ideas for how technology can be used to support:

  • Inspiring creative writing

  • Collaborative writing

  • Fostering enjoyment of reading

  • ‘Talk for Writing’

  • Speaking and listening skills development

  • Phonics development

  • Improving SPAG

You will explore a range of approaches to using digital tools in English including blogging, filmmaking, green screen, animation, augmented/virtual reality as well as a range of collaborative, assessment and feedback tools and apps. You don’t need to have advanced ICT skills and you will be supported as you choose and plan an appropriate project to develop in school.

The programme includes:

  • An initial subject-specific half-day conference at London CLC.

  • Two half-day visits from a CLC consultant to help teachers make the most of in-school resources.

  • A Google hangout hosted by CLC staff, for participants to share their progress and discuss any issues.

  • A final half-day conference at London CLC.

Having attended one of our subject-specific programmes, you will:

  • Understand how digital technologies can be used to enhance learning across the curriculum.

  • Feel confident in supporting colleagues’ professional development in the use of digital technologies.

  • Know how creative uses of technology can be used to aid assessment.

  • Have ideas for school-wide projects to help foster creativity and collaboration.

  • Be more aware and discerning around the use of existing online resources.




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