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  • Why develop this piece of support for staff? During the development of the experiences and outcomes we included the opportunity to explore the use of animation at all levels within and across the curriculum
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    • 1. Mark Brownrigg Technologies development officer
    • 2. Support need identified through the UoG report Confirmed through own engagements I enjoy taking photographs or recording sound and images to represent my experiences and the world around me. TCH 0-04b I can create , capture and manipulate sounds, text and images to communicate experiences, ideas and information in creative and engaging ways. TCH 1-04b / TCH 2-04b I enhance my learning by applying my ICT skills in different learning contexts across the curriculum . TCH 3-04a Using appropriate software, I can work individually or collaboratively to design and implement a game, animation or other application. TCH 3-09a I can create graphics and animations using appropriate software which utilise my skills and knowledge of the application. TCH 4-09b Addressed in subsequent action plan ‘ CPD for staff in key aspects of ICT to support children and enable staff to spot appropriate areas where technology can be applied.’ UoG comment ‘ Animations should be included at first and second levels. Progression from first to fourth levels should be stop frame animation, in between animation and 3D animation.’ UoG comment from the Scottish ICT Development group i Opportunities within the experiences and outcomes
    • 3. Alleviate fears Showcase emerging practice Delivered in a flexible format Provide appropriate support Encourage innovative practice
    • 4. ‘ Its a case study Jim, but not as we know it’ Draw on inspiration from LTS site and around the web Innovative - requires change Maximise use of multimedia
    • 5. Move from this.... ...to this
    • 6. The technologies experiences and outcomes provide pupils at all stages of learning with the opportunity to become involved in the production of animations .This creative use of ICT provides scope for developing technological skills, knowledge and understanding through, practical activities. At the same time this media production offers a rich basis for interdisciplinary learning or opportunity to reinforce learning from other curricular areas. Click an image below to find out more about the experience of pupils and staff from around the country. Stromness primary Glaitness primary St Stephen’s primary St Andrew’s primary Mearns Castle High School Web links to animation resources
    • 7. Click on the monitor screen to watch ‘The evacuee’ , click a question to hear Ann Crawley, the class teacher talk about the experience or click the pupil image to hear some of the pupils talk about their experience. Click to return to the carousel Pupils at St Stephen’s primary in Clydebank used the poem ‘the evacuee’ as the stimulus for this collaborative animation project.
    • 8. https://staging.ltscotland.org.uk/lts/curriculumforexcellence/sharingpractice/supportforstaff/technologies/animationcasestudy/introduction.asp Backup link
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      • St Stephen’s primary, West Dunbartonshire
      • Mrs Ann Crawley
      • Eve Niven
      • Caris Murphy
      • Josh Smith
    • 11.  
    • 12. Thank you