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    Added: 28/10/2018

    New Lynn School – Growing digital fluency

    New Lynn Primary teacher Christina Fortes is equipping her students with digital literacy skills so that they able to use digital technologies in smart ways. Christina is also looking at ways to integrate the new digital technologies curriculum into her classroom programme so that students can become skilled creators of technology.

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    Added: 06/11/2018

    Clifton Terrace Model School – Moving towards digital fluency

    Teachers at Clifton Terrace Model School have been exploring ways to develop students’ digital capabilities by embedding the use of digital technologies across the curriculum.

    This snapshot explains the school’s journey towards digital fluency and offers advice to other schools who are developing their e-learning practice.

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    Added: 03/06/2020

    WAPA 2020 cluster – STEAM in the junior school

    Heather Kluit, junior school leader from Flanshaw Road School, has been leading a Teacher Led Innovation Fund (TLIF) project across a cluster of seven schools for the past two years.

    In the last six months she has been supported by Anna Watkin, junior school leader, and Nicola Smith, junior school teacher, from Massey Primary.

    In this snapshot, Heather, Nicola, and Anna share their learning through supporting collaborative STEAM inquiries with their junior school colleagues, across their schools and other schools in the cluster.

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