Albion in partnership with Finsbury Park RTC are excited to invite you to experience how
Apple technologies are transforming teaching and learning.
21st April 2016 4 – 5pm
How to redefine and enrich communication and writing skills into the Early Year Foundation Stage by using iPads. (Relevant for SEN/EAL students)
Apps: Book creator, Puppet Pals, DoInk Green screen, DoInk, Chatter Kid, Auramsa, Koma Koma, Quiver
Learn how to enrich and enhance your EYFS student’s communication and writing skills by using a set of powerful and versatile apps!
We will look at using the SAMR model to help you plan an exciting and creative curriculum. Using a set of outstanding real life examples and a hands on app workshop, We will make you feel confident to deliver an outstanding creative writing activities to your students!
28th April 2016 4 – 5pm
An inclusive use of iPads. (Relevant for SEN)
This course takes a hands-on workshop approach to enable educators to support their SEN students, Exploring the ways in which the iPad can be used as a learning tool for classes in primary.
4th May 2016 4 – 5pm
Using iPad to deliver Computer Science in KS1
Apps: Scratch Junior, Camera, Keynote
This course is designed to introduce Scratch junior as a learning tool to support the computer science strand of the 2014 computing curriculum. You will learn to support your students to build and debug algorithms. You will be able to develop their logical reasoning through creating opportunities to make predictions on how programs behave. You will have a good understanding on what algorithms are and how they are used in everyday life. You will have the opportunity to see how computer science can be deployed in a fun and cross-curricular way by supporting maths, literacy and the foundation subjects.
19th May 2016 4 – 5pm
Using iPad to deliver Computer Science in KS2
Apps: Pyonkee, Keynote, Camera, Photos, Audio Recorder, Safari
This course is designed to introduce Pyonkee as a learning tool to support the computer science strand of the 2014 computing curriculum. You will learn to support your students to build and debug algorithms. You will be able to develop your logical reasoning through creating opportunities to make predictions on how programs behave. You will have a good understanding on what algorithms are and how they are used in everyday life. You will learn how to record the steps of an algorithm and refer to it as you are programming. You will be introduced to variables and how they are used to replace values in a program. You will have the opportunity to see how computer science can be deployed in a fun and cross-curricular way.
25th May 2016 4-5:30pm
Design your own ongoing Professional Learning with iTunes U
Apps: iTunes U
Bring your educators together on iPad. With assignment hand-in, an integrated grade book and private discussions, iTunes U a seamless way to organise your classroom. Join us at this free workshop to see how simple it is to deliver lessons, grade assignments and stay connected with learners – all from your iPad. We will be looking at the features of iTunes U, the wide range of free content available for you to use in your own courses, and most importantly, how the platform can be used to develop staff in your Primary school environment.
26th May 2016 4-5pm *POSTPONED*
Physical coding in Primary using iPad.
Apps: Tickle, Ollie, Draw n Drive, Lightening Lab
Learn to program smart toys and robots wirelessly. Inspire children’s creativity through interactive stories by using animated characters and games. Learn programming using familiar visual block code like Scratch junior and Pyonkee. Support the computer science strand by teaching algorithms through a new cross-curricular and inventive way. Learn how to create and debug programs using variables, sensors, loops and selection. You will learn to control a range of devices such as the Sphero, Ollie and drones.
9th June 2016 4-5pm
Using iPad to Deepen Knowledge in Maths.
Apps: Numbers & Explain Everything
Using Numbers to create a spreadsheet, adding content to table cells and calculate values from the data presented. This will then be transformed in graphs to be analysed and evaluated by exporting into Explain Everything. This session uses iPad to explore DOK questioning in Maths to deepen learners understanding.
16th June 2016 4-5pm
Using iPad to Develop Reluctant Writers
Apps: Puppet Pals & Book Creator
With a small range of multi purpose apps you can engage learners in each stage of the writing process. In this hands on course we will be exploring how Puppet Pals and Book Creator can improve children’s English skills and how they can become integrated into your writing lessons. We will learn how to use the apps in each stage of the writing process, from prewriting to publishing content and you will come away with ideas on how to implement what you have learnt in your own setting.
30th June 2016 4-5pm
Bringing the PE curriculum to life using iPad
Apps: Hudl Technique, iMovie
Create sports scientists in your school by developing your students ability to analyse sporting technique and performance. Hudl Technique helps coaches and athletes enhance performance through slow-motion, simultaneous playback, notes, drawings and community feedback.
This sessions aims to enhance and enrich your physical education curriculum. You will be able to teach children the skills to compare and evaluate performance, recognise their own success and understand ways to improve in different physical activities.
7th July 2016 4-5pm
iPads in the EYFS/Primary creative learning environment
Apps: Puppet Pals, Doink, Chatter Kid, Aurasma, Quiver, camera
Learn how to enrich and enhance your EYFS environment by using iPads to help create an exciting interactive environment to stimulate independent learning.
In this session you will learn how to use a range of apps that help inspire your students to become independent fact finders, data handlers,and filmmakers!
These events are only for educators and delegates working in the education sector. Please use your school email to sign up for this event. Access for the general public is not permitted.