Crick Software will be sponsoring a CPD session in London this term for primary school SENCos on using technology to support pupils with special needs.
Passionate education speakers from across the UK will be sharing their ideas, successes and top tips on selecting the right products for your pupils, and how to get the best out of them. In addition, there will be a session providing valuable guidance on successfully implementing the new SEN framework.
The day will be held at the Hilton London Euston on Thursday 27th November 2014 from 9am – 4pm.
Please see the Promotional Flyer for details on the sessions.
For further information or to book a place please call Crick Software on 01604 671691, visit www.cricksoft.com/CPD or email CPD@cricksoft.com.
Places at each event are limited and priced at just £89 per delegate. Delegates who book places before October 31st will get an early bird discounted rate of £79 and if you want to attend with a collague a special rate of £150 for two is also available!
Crick Software are proud to annouce that they will be sponsoring a CPD day for Primary SENCos this term.
Passionate education speakers from across the UK will be sharing their ideas, successes and top tips on selecting the right products for your pupils and how to get the best out of them in London and Birmingham on the 7th and 21st of November respectively. It will also be a valuable opportunity to network with other SENCos and compare notes.
Full details and instructions on how to book can be found on the following flyers CPD Event – London CPD Events – Birmingham and at www.cricksoft.com/CPD.
*Delegates who book before the 11th October will pay just £40. Group discounts are also available.
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‘Blogosphere’ – Click on this link to watch a video about blogging from Teachers’ TV. Want to learn how to blog? Contact your HIAS Link ICT Consultant.
Blogging is now a worldwide phenomenon with weblogs reaching a potential audience of hundreds of millions.
Blogs have been described as the ultimate in publishing for the people and have been used to challenge governments and the press.
Steve O’Hear, one of Britain’s digital evangelists, explores how blogs can be used in schools. Steve finds some enthusiastic primary age bloggers and sees how it helps in literacy, ICT skills and a range of other subjects.
He finds many of the benefits extend beyond the curriculum. Blogging can help pupils:
- Develop confidence
- Improve their self expression
- Get a real sense of fulfilment from publishing their work
In West Blatchington School in Hove, blogging is practised by everyone from the head down. Steve visits the school’s after-school blogging club, a special bloggers’ assembly and sees weblogs being used in the school’s autistic unit.