Project ID - TIS001048
Planning and design of business podcats for gcse and GCE pupils for exam preparation and revision to increase gcse grades


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Project offered at

St Joseph's Boys' School
LONDONDERRY
BT48 9NX

Contact

John McLaughlin

Student Skills

ICT/ programming/Business background would be preferable. Possibly someone looking to do his PGCE

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Increased GCSE and GCE grades

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Take advice, teamworking with the teacher, planning a project, designing the project, using own skills in project,. ability to communicate ideas to teacher, programming MP3/MP4 podcasts, speaking to pupils, listening to pupils etc

Extra Information

All of the hardware and software is available at the school to prepare the podcasts

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