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page 68 Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideConferenCeConference ProgrammeThursday 23rd SeptemberTimeSession nameCodeRoom09:30Curriculum for Excellence? It's a Walk in the Parks!N1FNessEnhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - Expressive ArtsS1FStaffaSpending Sense - A Resource on Financial Capability for Learners with Additional Support NeedsS2FShuna10:30Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - MathematicsA1GAlsh 1Using Computer Games to Support Learning in the Early YearsA2GAlsh 2The Creativity Portal - Creative Learning and Teaching Opportunities Accessed through GlowB1GBoisdale 1Success for all LearnersB2GBoisdale 2Health and Wellbeing through Peer EducationB3GBarraEmotional Health and Wellbeing: Supporting Pupils with Learning and Communication NeedsC1GCarron 1Breadth Challenge and ApplicationC2GCarron 2Georgian Harmonies in Lanarkshire - The Story of Thornlie Primary and the 'Heart of the Brave'D1GDocart 1Credit Where Credit's Due: Communicating the Benefits of the SCQF to Parents and LearnersD2GDocart 2GL Assessment: Assessing Reading Skills and Identifying Specific Patterns of Reading Difficulties in Primary and Secondary School PupilsF1GForthLiteracy Across Learning SecondaryG1GGala 1Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - Modern LanguagesG2GGala 2Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - Religious and Moral EducationJ1GJuraChildren in the Early Years - Are You Really Listening?L2GLevenLearning Rounds: Two School's Story: Developing Whole School Capacity to Deliver the Potential of Curriculum for ExcellenceM1GMorarGaelic Learners in the Primary SchoolN1GNessMotivating P7 boys through DanceS1GStaffaSocial Enterprise within Argyll and Bute SchoolsS2GShuna13:00Improving Learning and Teaching Approaches in Numeracy - A Group DiscussionA1HAlsh 1Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and OutcomesA2HAlsh 2Curriculum for Excellence: It Really is for EveryoneB2HBoisdale 2Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - Religious Education in Roman Catholic SchoolsB3HBarraSubstance Misuse Education - Moving Forward with the Shared Responsibility ModelC1HCarron 1Sharing Standards and Expectations - Quality Assurance and ModerationC2HCarron 2'A Right Blether' - SCCYP's National ConsultationD1HDocart 1A Learning TownD2HDocart 2Leading the Way: Ensuring Effective Leadership for Improved StandardsF1HForthLiteracy across Learning - Policy and PracticeG1HGala 1Communications and ConnectionsG2HGala 2More Choices, More Chances and 16+ Learning ChoicesJ1HJuraLeadership in the Early Years: Looking Forward TogetherL2HLevenNumeracy across Learning into Action in Early Years and Primary StagesM1HMorarWoods for Learning: Using Local Woods and Greenspace for Learning Outdoors, Forest School and Forest KindergartenN1HNessLondon 2012 and Curriculum for ExcellenceS1HStaffaFinancial EducationS2HShuna14:00Numeracy across Learning into Action in Secondary schoolsA1IAlsh 1Creation and not just Consumption: Computer Games Design in Scottish SchoolsA2IAlsh 2Enhancing Experiences of Dance for EveryoneB1IBoisdale 1eLearning and Traveller Education Scotland (eLATES) - Enabling CitizenshipB2IBoisdale 2Building Teacher Capacity through Continuing Professional DevelopmentB3IBarraDance Fit Health and Wellbeing ProgrammeC1ICarron 1Achievement, Profile and ReportingC2ICarron 2Developing Global Citizens within Curriculum for ExcellenceD1IDocart 1Enterprising Sciences and Technologies: Connections across LearningD2IDocart 2Curriculum for Excellence - Developing a Coherent Curriculum (3-18) using a Cluster ApproachF1IForthLiteracy and English SecondaryG1IGala 1Enhancing Experiences and Raising Standards through the Experiences and Outcomes - SciencesG2IGala 2Parental Involvement in Curriculum for ExcellenceJ1IJuraCurriculum for Excellence: Enhancing Creative Experiences in Early YearsL2ILevenCreativity and Active Learning in Social StudiesM1IMorarThe Structure and Design of the National 4 and National 5 CoursesN1INessExpressive Arts in Curriculum for Excellence - Traditional Arts Across the CurriculumS1IStaffa"Curriculum for Excellence: Enhancing Experiences, Raising Standards Building your Curriculum - Early Years and Primary "S2IShunaSeminar Ticket Desk If you haven't pre-booked a conference session you can obtain free tickets for the remaining seats by going to the Seminar TicketDesk on stand A22 within the exhibition in Hall 4

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