Join our community of educators, thought leaders and curriculum experts who are committed to supporting the effective use of education technology within schools.
Becoming a member allows you to create connections with other members, grow your knowledge base and find out about ways to save you (and your school) valuable time and money.
Together, Naace members are transforming the way in which teaching and learning is delivered and supported with technology.
As a member you’ll have access to the latest journals* and research papers, as well as our newly revised Self- Review Framework to help you determine how effectively you’re implementing educational technology throughout your setting.
Choose from a range of membership options to suit you – come and join the re-Naace-ance!
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NaaceMark Assessors are appointed by the Naace Board of Management and are:
- Experienced members of the Naace community
- Have a detailed understanding of the Naace Self Review Framework (SRF) and have experienced its use in a number of schools settings and situations
- Have experience of working in a number schools in different roles often:
- As teachers and
- As external support providers
NaaceMark Assessors have:
- Undertaken full training about the SRF and its use in different types of school
- An agreed code of practice
- Are quality assured for each assessment
Third Millennium Learning Award Guides
Third Millennium Learning Award (or 3MLA) Guides are appointed by the Naace Board of Management and undertake the task of recommending to the Naace Board of Management whether a school should receive the 3MLA when a school applies. This includes reviewing the videos sent by the school as part of their application for the award. The guides work in pairs so that there is agreement on the outcomes of the process which provides quality assurance for the award. In order to be able to do this the guides are:
- Experienced members of the Naace Community
- Have visited many schools and are able to see the difference the use of educational technology makes in many different settings with different groups of students.
- Able to appreciate the difference technology make to students from a variety of backgrounds using different approaches