The CAS conference attracts over 300 people each year. Most are teachers in either primary or secondary schools looking to update both their subject knowledge and approaches to teaching computing in their schools.
There are talks and workshops for all key phases and for all levels of experience in Computing. Instructions given to ALL speakers and presenters is quite simple: “all attendees must return home with at least one new idea or resource they can use in their classrooms. Whatever your level of confidence with computing as a subject in your classroom this conference is the event for you!
The RECEPTION & “SPEED GEEK”
Friday 16th June, 6pm - 10.30pm
The Speed Geek last year was a highlight so we’ve opted to repeat the format. A speed geek takes it’s name from speed dating and is a highly immersive and fun way to be introduced to a whole range of new ideas for introducing computing in to our classrooms.
This event will start with a reception in the computer science building, inc. buffet food and refreshments.
The CONFERENCE DAY
Saturday 17th June 9am-5pm Conference Day
The conference will have its usual mix of plenary sessions with guest speakers Mark Guzdial, Linda Liukas, Chris Ensor and Sue Sentance, over 40 different workshops, the opportunity to network and take home practical examples of lessons and other resources that you can use in your classroom. There are sessions for both primary and secondary teachers of computing.