Primary CPD Twilights

Our free teacher twilight courses are now available for registration!

We are delighted to announce that we will be running a series of CPD twilights designed for Foundation, KS1 & KS2. This includes the use of mobile technology to support teaching and learning.

Each twilight will be 2 SESSIONS in length and will take place over 2 Tuesdays or 2 Thursdays, depending on the course. Courses require a commitment to attend both sessions of the course booked.

As always all courses are FREE to those who work in a school environment and are offered on a first come first served basis. Please book early as they tend to fill up within 1-2 days. If the course you want is booked up then please don’t hesitate to add your name to our waiting list, as we do offer places to teachers as soon as they become available.


COURSE DETAILS:

15.30 – 17.30

Tue 28th Nov/Tue 5th Dec

Thu 30th Nov/Thu 7th Dec

Nerve Belfast, Ulidia Resource Centre


TUE 28th NOV & TUE 5th DECEMBER

KS1 CODING FOR LITERACY

Focusing on creative writing, you will explore some techniques to encourage ideas development and then go on to learn how to use Scratch Jnr for digital storytelling.

FOUNDATION/ KS1 MUSIC & SOUND

Explore a range of iPad apps that can introduce pupils to recording sounds and voice, simple rhythms and melodies, singing along, ear training and beginning to compose.

FOUNDATION ANIMATION

You will be introduced to some simple animation techniques that can be used with P1 and P2 pupils. You will learn about stop motion animation and pixilation – a particular type of animation in which people themselves become the “puppets” to be animated.


THU 30th NOV & THU 7th DECEMBER

KS2 CODING FOR NUMERACY

Through project based learning, explore topics such as co-ordinates, patterns, sequencing, shapes and angles using Scratch on PC and Hopscotch/Tynker on iPad.

KS2 PODCASTING

You will learn how to plan, record and edit your podcast on Garageband for iPad. You will also learn how to create sound effects and jingles to enhance your project.

KS1 GAME DESIGN

What makes a good game: gameplay, story, art style & challenges. How do you go about making curriculum links, capturing your ideas, planning your game, creating your game & testing that it works?


“Nerve Belfast Creative Learning Centre is a funded organisation providing training free of charge to those in education throughout NI.  Non-attendance at events can adversely affect our ability to provide this session as well as future training.  We would ask that you do not book onto a session unless your attendance is assured.  In the event that you have to cancel your ticket please advise the centre directly and cancel your ticket through EventBrite so that the place is immediately available for others.”

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