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Building Circuits with the RaspberryPi Friday Mar 17, 2017 from 1:30PM to 5:30PM
Organised by Master Teacher: Simon ElliottSimon Elliott Hosted by: Mounts Bay Academy, Penzance
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Building Circuits with the RaspberryPi


March 17, 2017 at 1:30PM


Mounts Bay Academy

Learn to construct basic circuits and program in Python using the RaspberryPi computer.


PROGRAMME (stc)


Time Topic
13:30 Welcome
13:45 What is the RaspberryPi?
14:15 Building Circuits
14:45 Coding in Python
15:15 Project Time - Explore circuits for yourself

SPEAKER

Simon Elliott

My name is Simon Elliott and I have been teaching since 1992. I graduated in ‘91 with a BSc. in Chemistry and took a PGCE 1992 in Science and Mathematics. From ‘92-’98, I taught Chemistry at 11-16 before moving into an LEA central team, supporting schools as the NGfL was rolled out with training and development of their IMS. For the last thirteen years I have taught IT from Key Stages 1 to 5, in maintained and independent schools, including boarding. I am now introducing CS at GCSE level and developing Python skills, as well as other IT programmes. I have also written bespoke Challenge Based Learning materials. Over the last two years I have developed an iPad 1:1 scheme developing hardware and software to ensure value for money as well as effective curriculum delivery. I am an Apple Distinguished Educator and the main trainer for the Penzance Apple RTC. I am available for consultancy in Cornwall about integrating digital creativity and Apple products.

All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.

HOST

Simon Elliott, selliott@mountsbay.org

Mounts Bay Academy

For further information: simon.elliott@computingatschool.org.uk

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