Also new to the stand will be the 2014 editions of the highly successful Cambridge School Shakespearewww.education.cambridge.org/
For those schools following the Cambridge Primary curriculum, Cambridge University Press will be launching its newCambridge Primary Maths (https://cambridgeprimary.cie.org.uk/
Cambridge GCSE Computing Online
Launched in September 2013, the Cambridge GCSE Computing Massive Open Online Course (http://www.cambridgegcsecomputing.org/
The online course is aligned to OCR’s pioneering GCSE in Computing and features the popular pocket-sized ‘Raspberry Pi’ computer in a starring role.
Cambridge School Shakespeare
To support the new editions of the School Shakespeare series, Cambridge University Press has developed a suite of online teaching and learning tools through its partnership with the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Fitzwilliam Museum.
Students can design costumes, sequence plots and even explore phrases and insults, whilst teachers can access webinars from expert lecturers and download lesson plans.
Cambridge University Press’s 'Shakespeare's World' gallery offers 360 degree views of artefacts from the world of his plays, whilst a collection of Elizabethan portraits exemplifies characters and costumes of the period - all with related learning resources.
As part of the greater focus on Shakespeare in the National Curriculum, these enhanced digital assets will address the ten major plays used in schools beginning with KS3, including Macbeth, Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet.
Cambridge Primary Maths
Ideal for schools teaching the Cambridge Primary curriculum, Cambridge Primary Maths https://cambridgeprimary.cie.org.uk/
English Language Teaching (ELT) Resources
ELT teachers looking for new resources to support learners are invited to take a look at Discovery Readers, Touchstone and Unlock from Cambridge University Press’s ELT group.
Combining thought-provoking video from Discovery Education with carefully scaffolded exercises and a fresh approach to critical thinking skills, Unlock enables learners to develop the academic skills and language that will lead to success in their studies.
The world’s first fully blended four skills English language course, Touchstone Blended Learning is a completely customisable suite of print and digital course components that can be delivered 100 per cent online, 100 per cent in print, or anywhere in between. It is the first fully blended English language course from Cambridge University Press.
Commenting on the show Linden Harris, newly-appointed Deputy Managing Director, Education at Cambridge University Press, said: ‘Digital education is evolving at an incredible rate. As a lead educator in the UK and across the globe, we are keen to showcase our cutting-edge digital resources designed to inspire and engage learners and support teachers – particularly in the UK with the advent of the new curriculum.’