Project ID - TIS000842
Using ICT Creatively -Assisting pupils in creating podcasts, animations, movies etc -assisting pupils with digital media -developing use of ipads/apps in our school.

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Project offered at

Knockloughrim Primary School
BT45 8QT


Simon Finlay

Student Skills

Child-friendly, strong ICT Skilled Awareness of digital media, animation & movi making software, Reliable attender, Flexible worker, Good role-model for our children.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will increase their knowledge in the use of digital media software Pupils will have opportunities to present short animations and movies.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Tutor will gain experience in working with young people Tutor will have opportunity to use ICT creatively to benefit children.

Extra Information

Dates are flexible Project is flexible

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