Tag Archives: Action Research

More edtech resources to support early years

Carol Allen at North Tyneside LA talked to the action research group about  resources  that could be used to support teaching and learning in the early years. There are some resources that are specially designed for early years education, like the … Continue reading

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Computational Thinking in the Early Years

  It can be useful for early years practitioners to know about Computational Thinking and the language that will be used in computing  at Key Stage 1 . Computational thinking is not about technology but about problem solving. The above image … Continue reading

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Squishy Circuits

Squishy Circuits are made from play dough and allow children to explore electronic circuits.Special recipes for the play dough and more information can be found on the Squishy Circuits project page  The video above explains some of the things that Squishy … Continue reading

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Seesaw

  Seesaw is a digital portfolio that can be used to record children’s learning. Photos of children’s work (or screenshots, audio recordings or videos) Can be added to their journal and comments (written or audio) can be added. Schools can … Continue reading

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Action Research Projects – outlines

Members of the action research group have started to plan their projects. This page gives an overview of each of the projects, more information will be posted as the projects develop. Setting Focus Actions Setting 1 (Preschool) Incorporating technology across … Continue reading

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