Event Category: Northern Ireland

Animation and Greenscreen 101

This workshop will introduce you to apps you can use to get creative engage students through making movies with green screen and animation. Facilitator Pamela Algie Apple Distinguished Educator 2017 Seesaw Ambassador Chris Murphy Apple Distinguished Educator 2017 Karen Irwin Apple Distinguished Educator 2019

Minecraft Education Edition

Minecraft Education Edition – KS2 The new Minecraft Education Edition is a popular Game Based Learning tool with applications in maths, construction, physics, geography, history and much more. This session will give teachers a background to Minecraft Education Edition followed by a hands-on opportunity to explore the new CCEA STEM Works Activities – with a …

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Everyone Can Create

Everyone Can Create: KS1 & 2 Everyone Can Create teaches students to develop and communicate ideas through video, photography, music and drawing. And it gives teachers fun and meaningful ways to bring these skills into any lesson, topic or assignment. Cross-Curricular Skills: Communication, Using ICT.

Green Screen: Advanced

Green Screen: Advanced: KS2 & 3 In this workshops participants will explore advanced techniques to create green screen videos and explore its application across all areas of learning in the curriculum, with a key focus on literacy. Cross-Curricular Skills: Communication, Using ICT. Pre-requisites: Must have attended Green Screen video training. Must submit a green screen …

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Fundamentals: Video & Image

Fundamentals: Video & Image – KS3+ Description – In this course you will have the opportunity to explore ways to use video within your classroom practise. There will be hands on practical activities along with the showcasing of existing good practise. Cross-Curricular Skills: Communication, Using ICT.

Coding for Sound

Coding for Sound – All Key Stages Description – Creating and manipulating sound and music through code.  This course introduces the principles of sound and coding into the classroom, in particular teachers involved in STEM/STEAM subjects or after school activities.  Participants will use various programming platforms to understand and explore the creative use of sound. …

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Micro:Bit

Micro:Bit – KS3 & 4 The micro:bit was designed as classroom-friendly device from day one. More approachable than just coding, it’s a great way to achieve fun, practical results with motivated students. The micro:bit is a credit card sized device that has proven itself as a versatile way to introduce technology to a variety of …

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Everyone Can Code

Everyone Can Code – KS2 Throughout this session you will be looking at how the iPad can develop the essential learning skills of problem solving and computational thinking through coding. Swift Playgrounds is a revolutionary new app that gives everyone the opportunity to learn how to code. The course will look at some of the …

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