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Cas-32  Teach KS3 Computing Monday Jan 23, 2017 5:00PM until Monday Mar 20, 2017 7:00PM
Organised by: Jane Waite @janewaiteJane Waite @janewaite Hosted by: CAS London (King's College London/Queen Mary University of London)
CAS London (King's College London/Queen Mary University of London)
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Teach KS3 Computing Book here to secure a place. Course will cost £160


Monday Jan 23, 2017 from 5:00PM to 7:00PM


Hosted by CAS London (King's College London/Queen Mary University of London)

8 week short course at King's College London for Secondary Teachers to improve confidence to teach KS3 Computing. This one of several Secondary courses being offered by CAS London. Other courses include Teaching KS4 Computing, Teaching A Level Computing.

Week No

Understanding computers

(5:00 – 6:00)

Developing programming skills

(6:00 – 7:00)

1

Algorithms

Python: Turtle Graphics

2

Binary numbers

Python: Turtles & Functions

3

More on binary numbers

Python: If statements

4

Boolean logic

Python: Loops

5

Representing sound and images

Problem solving in Scratch and Python

6

Structure of a computer

Problem-solving in Scratch and Python

7

More about the computer

Problem-solving in Scratch and Python

8

Python Easy Gui and Consolidation

 


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CAS London (King's College London/Queen Mary University of London)

For further information: Jane Waite @janewaite (jane.waite@computingatschool.org.uk)

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