Project ID - TIS000337
Using IT creatively - asssiting pupils in creating podcasts, animations, movies etc and assisting with digital media


There is 2 places on this project and 2 places left

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Project offered at

Ballytober Primary School
BUSHMILLS
BT57 8UR

Contact

Elaine Anderson

Student Skills

Computing/ Games Design Someone who is enthusiastic and interested in working with pupils to develop creative use of IT within the school environment

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Increased understanding and use of IT for creative use within the school

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Opprotunity to share knowledge with key stage 1 and 2 pupils and staff Develop creative projects in a classrooom setting

Extra Information

Ballytober Primary School is a friendly school 10 minutes (by car) from Coleraine campus. this project could be offered as an afterschools club.

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