Project ID - TIS000852
Creative Media #Wherehappychildrengrow -Assist with the development of creative media technology with our older pupils through the use of: iMovie apps or Scratch coding app.


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Project offered at

Knockloughrim Primary School
MAGHERAFELT
BT45 8QT

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Simon Finlay

Student Skills

Students should be reasonably literate in the use of iMovie and or Scratch Coding software, examples of work in these areas would be helpful. They must enjoy working with children and have a strong work ethic.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Pupils will get a deeper understanding of the use of technology in the field of creative media when using iMovie maker. In using Scratch coding software children will begin to use basic programming language to make fun and rewarding projects.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Students will have an opportunity to share their enthusiasm for technology with young learners hungry for technology. Tutors will gain experience of working with our older pupils on specific projects that will help our pupils work towards accreditation.

Extra Information

This project can be for more than one Student Tutor. One tutor doesn't need to be able to do both activities. As a school we are flexible with project start and finish times and can work around students timetable.

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