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What’s new in Hwb: 16 September 2021

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A summary of recent Hwb resources and updates.

News

Royal British Legion Teaching Remembrance resources

Free resources by the Royal British Legion to teach the importance of Remembrance.

It’s time for some Acorn Antics!

After a year off in 2020, Natural Resources Wales’s Acorn Antics campaign returns.


New resources

Welsh Government: Post-16 – Keeping Communities Safe: Understanding the Prevent Duty in Wales

Here are 4 short videos (by Addysg Oedolion Cymru | Adult Learning Wales) to raise awareness and understanding of the Prevent Duty in Wales. These videos are intended for use in an adult community learning environment.

Welsh Government: Post-16 – Digital 2030 position statement and next steps

Summarising the current position with the Digital 2030 strategic framework for digital learning in the post-16 sector, including activities during the Covid-19 pandemic and next steps for the 2021/22 academic year.


Events

Google for Education Training – Chromebook Masterclass – 20 September

Designed to help schools get the most from their investment in devices by exploring how teachers and students can unlock the potential of a Chromebook. During this session, explore what makes ChromeOS different: shareability, battery life, student user settings vs. teacher settings, and durability. Throughout the session you will discover a range of useful Chrome tips and the built in accessibility features

Adobe Creative Educator Level 1 training: 30 September

This free ACE Level 1 training session, led by Dominic Traynor from the Adobe team, will get your teachers accredited as Adobe Creative Educator Level 1 Educators. This training session is central to the education vision at Adobe Education and is a perfect first step to making the most of your Hwb Spark accounts to improve teaching and learning. 30 September: 16:00-17:30

Minecraft: Education Edition – enriching the new Curriculum for Wales: 4 October

The Minecraft: Education Edition training course is based on an action research design, incorporating a reflective process as part of a ‘community of practice’.

  

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