KS2 DCF & Humanities


Target GroupKS2 Teachers


27 September 2018
Price: £ 276.00
Venue: Future Inn Cardiff Bay, Hemingway Road, Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, CF10 4AU
Time: 8.30 registration for a 9am start
Cost of course is £230 + VAT

A full-day course to illustrate how KS2 History & Geography will naturally support and encourage digital learning and the implementation of the DCF. SoWs and supporting materials included with course fee.
Course Objectives:

  • to clarify and explain key components of the DCF;
  • to illustrate how many aspects of the DCF can automatically be addressed;
  • to demonstrate and stress the value of meaningful, challenging contexts to the application and development of digital learning skills;
  • to offer specific guidance on relevant and current software applications and ICT resources which can be used to carry out suggested activities

Please note: Attendees will need to bring their own web enabled device (e.g. laptop)

Course Provider: Gareth Morgan

Gareth's primary school teaching career began in 1996, then in 2003 he joined Newport LA as ICT curriculum improvement adviser. For over 15 years he has worked across south Wales providing advice, support and training in the use of ICT as a curriculum subject, and also in its effective use across the curriculum to schools.
He has an MSc in eLearning and is an ICT Mark assessor for NAACE. Gareth was also previously employed by the Welsh Government as their ICT subject adviser, where he worked closely on what it means for pupils to be digital competent. He was a past member of the National Digital Learning Council (NDLC), a body which provides advice to the Welsh Government on the use of technology to support learning and teaching, and also part of the group that produced the influential, "Find it, make it, use it, share it: learning in digital Wales" report.
Gareth has a strong interest in the effective use of 'cloud technologies' such as G Suite for Education and is a Google for Education Certified Trainer.

Course Provider: Don Trueman

As a former LEA adviser, Don has been supporting primary schools with History and planning for skills development since the early 1990s. In more recent years he’s offered support for Geography at primary level and also runs his own consultancy, offering training, teaching sessions and planning/teaching/learning resources.