Free Event: Google in the Classroom @ The Manchester College

How is Google for Education helping schools achieve better classroom results, obtain better student engagement, reduce the costs of their ICT and simplify ICT delivery and security? Join us on the Shena Simon Campus at The Manchester College on Tuesday 7th March 14:00 – 16:30 for ‘Google in the Classroom’ a FREE Google for Education event for primary and secondary schools. This exclusive event will feature real examples of what the schools have achieved to date and what they expect to achieve as the technology continues to develop. Delegates will also have the opportunity to win the latest Acer flip top Chromebook, launched at BETT in January! Speakers will include: Andrew Caffrey Assistant Head of the Streetly Academy, West Midlands and Google Certified Innovator ‘The Mo...

MirandaNet ‘Unconference’ 2016

Gaia Technologies and MirandaNet work in partnership to  deliver  practice-based research projects  and  share the work of teachers  through our mutual networks.  During  2016  we have been working  closely together piloting research methodologies . This includes a major  evaluation of the Gaia Innovate CPD programme  at  Ormiston Maritime Academy and  shorter pieces of action research into supported projects and training  at St Philip Howard Academy (Glossop) and Bodnant Community Primary (Prestatyn). The work at  Ormiston Maritime Academy and Bodnant Community Primary was  showcased at the MirandaNet ‘Unconference’  in May 2016.  Bernard Dady demonstrated the Gaia 3D technology and the green screen video production featuring pupils from Admirals Academy in Thetford. The  even...

Gaia teams up with Tablet Academy and Acer at Computing Festivals

Gaia is working with Tablet Academy and Acer to run a series of innovative computing festivals around the county. The Computing Festivals are designed for Key Stage 2 (Years 5 & 6) and Key Stage 3 (Years 7 & 8) students and focus on the Computing Curriculum. They provide teachers with the opportunity to see what is available to support the curriculum and students the chance to experience new technology. Workshop content: Hour of Code: Develop your own online game. Minecraft: Collaborate to programme a Lighthouse. Dash robots: Program robots to complete the maze. Lightbot: Use logical thinking to program a virtual robot. Robotic Arm: Remove the Nuclear waste using the robotic arm Lego Wedo: Build and program your own machine. The Computing Festival is hosted for a day by a school or...

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