Good morning everyone.
This session will introduce you to:
Collating your results
Some thoughts on groupwork
Use the S6 talk at NBHS to set the scene
A fairly good explanation on mailmerge here
Borders bonus prize! A podcast of Sammi Kinghorn here
Your feedback on the sessions
Good morning everyone.
This is our opportunity to review and plan our sessions for 2019/20.
Why do we do groupwork?
Different approaches and suggestions
S1 to S6 planning
Individual action points
What does good look like?
Mid and East overview S1 to S6
School GW planner completed
Welcome to Ross HS and our training session today.
We will have a session with David Gilmour from ELC outlining some online resources we can use to deliver our work in schools and look at some of the developments coming up that may be of interest.
At some stage we need to know what you actually think about this session so follow the instructions given and let us see what people think!
You always knew there would be an icebreaker!
These are some of the sites and resources we will be using today.
Voice recognition on ipad here go to page 26
Screen capture site here
Videoscribe website here
There are loads of interesting and fun to use sites such as wordle
Googledocs explanation here
Go to this link and you’ll find organising student placements a lot easier!
Some words from different langauges related to Christmas, but not necessarily together!
Enjoy the puzzle!
Creative Scotland’s Youth Music Initiative and Young Scot have teamed up to consult with young people across Scotland, aged 16 to 26, to find out what it is they really want and need to know to help them engage with the music industry in Scotland.
As part of this we have created a short survey that will help us to develop a new project called ‘Pathways to Music’, funded by Creative Scotland’s Youth Music Initiative. Pathways to Music is a project which aims to provide young people with everything they need to engage, participate and influence the Scottish Music Industry.
Below I have put the link to this survey on Young Scot Says Who? and would ask that you forward it onto all of your networks so as many young people, aged 16 to 26, can have their say. There is also a prize draw to win £50 of iTunes vouchers, so hopefully that will be an incentive to take part and give us their views and opinions.
If you have any questions on this then please don’t hesitate to contact me.
Many thanks in advance for your co-operation with this.
Consultation and Research Co-ordinator
Rosebery House, 9 Haymarket Terrace
Edinburgh EH12 5EZ
T: 0131 313 2488 M: 07824 376353 E: email@example.com W: www.youngscot.org / www.youngscot.net