Digital Schoolhouse (Mark Dorling) - Conference 2011

“What and how do I teach my Year 7s?”

This workshop provides an opportunity to answer your questions and give practical  advice on creative and integrated lesson  planning, kinaesthetic learning activities, and  use of technology to enhance pedagogy. Secondary teachers will also gain a valuable  insight into primary ICT (Computing)  curriculum to help your department  overcome the (Key Stage 2/3) transitional  challenges. Mark will also share some of  the secrets behind the successful Digital  Schoolhouse model operating at Langley  Grammar School.  

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Mark Dorling
Specialist School Link Teacher, Langley Grammar School,  Langley, Berkshire  
Mark is a primary-trained teacher with secondary teaching and industry  experience. He has taught in both all- ability and selective schools. Mark joined  Langley Grammar School in 2008 to  establish and lead a cross phase (Key  Stage 2/3) transition project called the  Digital Schoolhouse which has worked  with over 50 primary schools.  Mark regularly coordinates a cluster group  of primary and SEN schools, is a guest  lecturer on the postgraduate programme  (primary) at Brunel University and delivers  in-house training sessions on his areas of  interest and expertise.  


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