Project ID - TIS000825
To produce and edit new and existing digital rescouces, podcasts, videos etc to assist with teaching and learning at both GCSE and A Level Business.


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Project offered at

St Joseph's Boys' School
LONDONDERRY
BT48 9NX

Contact

John McLaughlin

Student Skills

ICT Skills

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Visual access to these new resources will help students increase their knowledge and grades at both GCSE and A Level.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Confidence building, interacting with pupils in school environment, possible career progression, access to teachers, enhancing their own ICT skills, "learn while doing"

Extra Information

The student will assist in editing existing 5/10 min vides on certain business areas and produce new podcasts etc. The new resources will then be uploaded onto the VLE.

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