ICT Lesson Planning and ICT Teacher Support

Curriculum ICT Software Support and ICT Training

Classroom365 wants to inspire all your staff to confidently use the ICT equipment in your school.

With our help, you will see the impact that this can make on the quality of teaching, progress of children, and engagement in your classrooms.

We offer tailored classroom ICT lessons for pupils and ICT teacher training for your staff in a one-on-one or group training environment.

It’s really up to you how you would like it to work.

Classroom365 can develop your ICT curriculum.  Discover ICT training and teaching using all the popular iPad and Android Apps. Book Creator or Explain Everything along with the traditional Microsoft packages and interactive whiteboard software are some of our key tools.

Our curriculum ICT software support teacher, Susan is an experienced ICT teacher working in schools across London.

A free “taster” session with our fully qualified ICT Trainer is included with every new Service Level Agreement.

Because every school’s requirements are different, the price is on an application basis and multiple sessions can be purchased for a generous discount or as part of an ICT Service Level Agreement (ICT SLA).

Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more details.

Apps

A selection of curriculum apps we can include in our teaching sessions:

Scratch

Children learn to use Scratch Jr to express their creativity by coding their own stories and games. Along the way they learn to solve problems and design projects.

Hopscotch

Children learn how to draw shapes orletters in Hopscotch by using a sequence of instructions. Encourages collaborative work and debugging by correcting mistakes.

Explain Everything

Deepen children’s mathematicalunderstanding by getting children to record a screencast of written calculations and a narration explaining the process of the method.

Purple Mash

Purple Mash contains dozens of powerful open-ended tools and educational games that let you deliver unique and creative lessons, no matter what the subject.

Stop Motion Studio

Building collaborative skills. Children work in pairs to create stop motion videos using Lego to tell a short story.

Puppet Pals

Children to verbally retell a story helping with the recollection of main plot points and key vocabulary prior to story writing.