Inside Out - Science, Technology and Outdoor Learning Nell Bank 18 June

This full day course is aimed at Computing and Science subject leaders and teachers who want to make more use of technology in their Science lessons.It’s a hands-on session demonstrating how to use technology to capture, record and document data and images gathered during scientific investigations.

Many aspects of the Computing National Curriculum can be delivered effectively within the Science Curriculum raising engagement and attainment within the subject. Databases, spreadsheets and data logging can be purposefully utilised to support the collection and interpretation of real data collected through scientifi c investigations. Children can capture and combine a range of digital media to create a learning journey
demonstrating their understanding in Science for themselves or to share with others.

The course content will be very hands on and include:
• Understanding the most effective ways to capture and quickly edit digital still and video images using an iPad.
• Using an iPad and a small selection of key apps to collect, sort and present data from a pond dipping activity.
• Creating a multimedia learning journey to document a scientifi c investigation and share with others.
• Capturing, interpreting and presenting real life data using data loggers.
• Classifying a selection of collected fl ora and fauna using a branching database.
• Creating an annotated digital media story of a scientific process and share with others using a QR code.

Nell Bank is the perfect location to pond dip and provide a whole host of flora and fauna for the activities.

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Information

Published: 05/06/2019
Audience: Primary Science / ICT Subject Leaders
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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