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caschat Oct 8
Q2. How do you teach online safety in Early Years and Key Stage 1?
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caschat Oct 8
Q5. What are your thoughts on using paid products to support the Early Years and Key Stage 1 curriculum?
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caschat Oct 8
Q4. What apps can you recommend for meeting the computing objectives in Early Years and Key Stage 1?
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Neil Chappell Oct 8
Replying to @Vanderpere
I thought I saw someone sneaking around...........Security.!!!!!!!!!
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iGNITE - Stories from the Apple Community Oct 10
To celebrate the October issue of iGNITE takes a look at all things code. It’s packed with stories, links and ideas. Download your free copy today:
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caschat Oct 8
Q1. If school were to give you a small budget for computing in Early Years and Key Stage 1 how would you spend it?
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caschat 4h
Please join us for tonight where we'll be discussing how to teach children to code!
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Phil Bagge 3h
I enjoyed working with a group of teachers on IOW to help think about a connectivist IT curriculum.
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Sue Sentance 16h
How to teach programming - join tomorrow at 8 to discuss!!!! (Gutted I can’t make it!!)
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Katie Vanderpere-Brown 15h
Looking forward to tomorrow!
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Dawn Walker Oct 8
A2 with the help of my mate (also Digiduck sometimes!)
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Rachael Coultart Oct 8
Replying to @LengeReddy @primotoys
A1 Beebots are good, but Cubetto is even better for Early Years as they can 'see' their code. You can buy this as an extra for Beebots now, but most schools have the older Beebots...
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Phil Bagge Oct 12
Which computing task names are clearer for lower KS2 pupils
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Katie Vanderpere-Brown Oct 8
👋🏻 just lurking tonight 🧐
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Mr Kelsey Oct 8
A2: I am a big fan of safer internet day and using ceop videos to create lessons. We talk about what to do/what not to do online and what to do if something doesn’t feel right, normally we have discussions and create a comics and guides to stay safe online
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Mrs Triv 19h
Here’s our display of Year 6’s Newspaper Reports from the end of last year! They worked very hard to develop their word processing skills
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Mark Weddell Oct 12
Replying to @markfromlondon
and a binary to hexadecimal interactive too. 2/2
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Donna Rawling Oct 11
Fantastic! We have been using them with Y1-Y6. Ours sessions have been slightly noisier !
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Urban Teacher Oct 8
Courses I'm currently delivering: Computer Sci GCSE Computer Sci A-Levels Creative iMedia Programming BSc (Java)
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Rachael Coultart Oct 8
A2 these have been great as conversation starters with EYFS children and parents...
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