Maggie has considerable experience of teaching within primary schools and is a primary science and technology specialist. She has worked in all areas of the primary sector from EYFS through to year six. She has managed a variety of subject areas during her career and has been instrumental in raising the standards of technology use within the schools that she has taught in.
Maggie is currently completing her Computing in Education MA at Kings College London, and is in the process of researching how technology can support the teaching and learning of English to non-native English speakers whilst she is based in Moscow, Russia. She has also worked as a freelance training consultant receiving many positive comments about the courses and training that she has run. Reviews can be found on our site as well as The Good CPD Guide website.
In addition she has written articles for online magazines Innovate my school and ICT in Practice her article for this magazine appears here. In January 2014 she was delighted to take part at BETT on the NAACE ‘Ask an Expert’ stand, where she offered advice on how technology could support assessment of the new primary science curriculum. She is a member of The Association of Science Educators (ASE)
Early last year Maggie was delighted to be asked to help contribute some teaching ideas to the new book “Primary Computing in Action.” This has now been published and can be purchased on Amazon and John Catt Bookshop where you will receive a discount when purchasing more than one book
This course is designed for all teachers within the primary sector who wish to improve their teaching of this subject, from NQTs through to Primary Science subject co-ordinators. The new Science Curriculum will be explained and how assessment of this subject will be implemented
This course is designed for ICT coordinators who are new to coordinating this subject or coordinators who wish more support during the new changes to the computing curriculum
This course will help all teachers who work within the EYFS who wish to improve their handling of Science with young children, from NQTs through to Primary Science subject coordinators.
Are you a teaching assistant on a temporary contract, or one working for a supply agency and want to enhance your skills when supporting both teachers and children in the classroom? Then this course is for you!
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