Progression Pathways Assessment Framework KS1 (Y1) to KS3 (Y9) Progression Pathways Assessment Framework KS1 (Y1) to KS3 (Y9) last edited Apr 18 2014 by Mark Dorling Full description: The purpose of the Progression Pathways Assessment Framework is to support teachers in assessing their pupils’ progress in computing. The progression statements in the Assessment Framework have been created based on the 2014 National Curriculum for Computing points of study. It has also been aligned to the CAS Primary Guidance document.
What are the ‘soft skills’ employers want? What are the ‘soft skills’ employers want? We often read news stories about how employers feel that applicants who’ve left school, college or university lack the ‘soft skills’ they want. Below we take a look at some of the most common soft skills, and how you can sell them to employers. These skills are transferable skills, so they can be used in many different types of jobs.
e-Skills for the 21st Century - Information and communication technologies - Enterprise and Industry The competitiveness and innovation capability of the European industry as well as social cohesion are increasingly dependent on the strategic and efficient use of new information and communication technologies as well as the knowledge, skills, competences and inventiveness of the European workforce and citizens. There is broad consensus about the crucial importance of e-skills for Europe: e-skills shortages, gaps and mismatches and a digital divide will affect negatively growth, competitiveness, innovation, employment and social cohesion in Europe. As new technologies are developing rapidly, e-skills are increasingly sophisticated and need to be constantly updated. There is a critical need for individuals with creativity, innovation and higher-level conceptual skills.
Fieldstone Alliance: 4 Keys to Colllaboration by Carol Lukas and Rebecca Andrews As a consultant I'm often asked, “Why do some collaborations succeed and others fail?” As you can imagine, there are many factors involved (see Twenty Factors Influencing Collaboration Success below). Science Careers Information on science-related jobs. Below is a chart listing many of the main science-related jobs with a rough coding on the likelihood of a career from the particular degree subject. See also www.prospects.ac.uk/links/Occupations where you will find detailed job descriptions of many of the above jobs.
CAS Online Here’s some ideas for how you could use the Hour of Code to engage and excite your colleagues, children and their parents. Many of you will be familiar with the Hour of Code and the great resources on Two years ago, the Hour of Code resources provided a great introduction to programming at a time when the computing curriculum was still very new. We’ve moved on from those days, but getting all teachers to feel confident to tech the new curriculum is still a challenge in many schools. 1) Organise a lunchtime session for all the staff. Summary Summary is indispensable in preparing for and writing an argumentative essay. When you summarize a text (or describe visual material), you distill the ideas of another source for use in your own essay. Summarizing primary sources allows you to keep track of your observations.
Getting Girls Interested in Science Author: Suzanne Elvidge BSc (hons), MSc - Updated: 24 August 2012| Traditionally, science - particularly chemistry and physics, as well as maths, computing and technology - has been a male-dominated area. Girls may not be interested in science as a study or as a career because they think it is too hard, or do not want to do something where they might be the only girl in the class. So what can be done to encourage more girls to get interested in science? Encouraging Girls into Science Parents can encourage girls to be interested in science – perhaps by going to science and technology museums at the weekend or during school holidays, by watching television programmes or listening to radio programmes about science, or by talking about science stories on the news.
Our Computing curriculum Our Computing curriculum Following the disapplication of the ICT curriculum, we set about designing a Computing curriculum with the following strands: Multimedia; Programming; Online; E-Safety; Data. The work in developing a Computing Curriculum for Key Stages 1 and 2, and an initial supporting resources: ‘A guide to teaching programming’ has since grown into a full programming scheme of lessons, which can be purchased below for £95.
BWG Law UK Employment Law Specialists The Employment Rights Act 1996 came into force on 22 August 1996. It sets out the statutory employment rights of workers and employees. If these employment rights are breached, the Employment Rights Act 1996 gives the Employment Tribunals powers to order compensation to workers and employees. What sort of employment rights does the Employment Rights Act 1996 cover? The Employment Right Act 1996 confers a number of employee rights, including:
Presentations Bronze: I can create a presentation with a number of pages containing text and images Bronze: I can produce notes to help with my presentation Bronze: I can talk about the features of a good presentation Bronze: I can include animations and slide transitions Presentation Handouts Your presentation handout is the lasting concrete manifestation of your presentation. It’s an important part of the total experience for the audience: But most of us focus on preparing what happens during the presentation, not what happens afterwards. Here are the benefits of having handouts: Benefits for the presenter