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  Additional features are available to members who log in, such as pdf's of publications - so Join Naace! Naace publishes 2 journals: Computer Education sent...
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COMPUTER EDUCATION Autumn 2006 Issue 114
The Autumn edition, published October 2006 and edited by Paul Heinrich contains articles on:    1. Learning Platforms Factors for...
COMPUTER EDUCATION Spring 2007 Issue 115
The Spring edition, published March 2007 and edited by Paul Heinrich contains articles on:    BETT Review - Adrian...
COPYRIGHT: Copyright Ownership Issues PDF DOWNLOAD
The Teachers Guide to...Submitting Work for Publication: Copyright Ownership Issues. Available as a PDF download for Members...
COPYRIGHT: Teachers Guide to Copyright PDF DOWNLOAD FOR MEMBERS
COPYRIGHT: The Teachers Guide to Copyright, The Internet and the Classroom Teacher
'The Teachers Guide to Copyright, The Internet and The Classroom Teacher' can be ordered from Naace for 3.50 a copy by printing off and completing the...
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Extra Articles to Accompany Sharing Success Issue 6
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Forums - some notes for use
This document gives brief details of how to use the Forums facility on the website.
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Key Stage 4 - What's Going On? Pam Counsell
Here is the latest information on what is going on at Key Stage 4 provided by Pam Counsell, Regional Adviser, Secondary National Strategy for School Improvement.  
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Learning in the 21st Century
The result of a collaboration of four national organisations, each with a clear stake in e-learning. This report has a broad range of objectives covering the impact of e-learning.
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Mamelodi Trust
Naace supports the Mamelodi Trust. Further information can be found at www.mameloditrust.org.uk
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Naace Newsletter
The Naace Newsletter is available on the website to members who login. It can be found on the menu of the homepage when you have logged in.   If you would like to...
Naacetalk Guidelines
This document provides guidance on the use of the Naacetalk facility.
New Literacies: Primary Focus on New Literacies
'Primary Focus on New Literacies' published in 2004 suggest ways of using the new literacies that children are now so entranced by (such as digital video and multimedia tools) to engage them in learning in the classroom.
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PRESS ROOM
Naace issues Press Releases to inform the media of our activities. If you would like to write an article about Naace you will find useful information in the Press Releases below. If you need...
Primary Community's Sharing Success e-Magazine
Welcome to the new Naace e-magazine, Sharing Success - which may be downloaded from the attachments list on this page Sharing Success will be e-mailed, fortnightly, to all members of...
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Primary Focus on ART and DESIGN and DESIGN TECHNOLOGY
Earth is dying!...Help save the planet by building a rocket to explore the galaxy for new planets to colonise! find out more in 'Primary Focus on Art and Design...
Primary Focus on ICT AND INCLUSION - Online Extras
To accompany the Autumn edition of Primary Focus journal, Primary Focus on ICT and Inclusion, this page hosts five supplimentary articles: Make My Day, Symbol My World - Emma...
Primary Focus on INTERACTIVE TEACHING TECHNOLOGIES
Published in Summer 2006 Introduction When computers first arrived in primary schools in the early 1980s, the BBC ran a series of programmes on...
Publications: e-Catalogue
Previous issues of Computer Education & Primary Focus can be purchased by downloading an Order Form and sending it to Publications, Naace, PO Box 6511, Nottingham, NG11...
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REPORT on the Strategic Use of Data (MIS) in Education
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Spring 2006 Publications
The Naace Spring Publications will be sent out to Naace members soon. In the new Computer Education there are articles on VLEs, on teaching with games, Computer Clubs for...
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WHODUNNIT: MAPE Microscope Whodunnit Special
Whodunnit is a database activity designed to allow pupils to develop appropriate data handling skills in an exciting and stimulating environment. It is suitable for KS2 and KS3. Whodunnit...
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