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Introduction to Python Programming – Part 1 Monday Mar 6, 2017 from 3:30PM to 6:00PM
Organised by Master Teacher: Ahmad JallohAhmad Jalloh Hosted by: Manchester Communication Academy
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence

Introduction to Programming – Part 1

March 6, 2017 at 3:30PM

Manchester Communication Academy

This is part 1 of four CPD sessions that will teach the key concept of programming introducing teacher to python programming languages. This CPD session is aimed at both primary and secondary teachers at various levels of ability and confidence in programming, from beginners to those with some experience. The focus will be on how to teach programming from beginners to the skills you need to get to complete GCSE controlled assessment using python. Part 1 will consist of two workshops; 1. Basic introduction to programming – Python (Input, Output, Variable and Data Types) 2. How to plan and create simple app and games in lesson a. How to create simple Artificial Intelligence b. How to create simple Quiz The following CPD Sessions will consist of completing a practice programming assignment, from analysis and design through to development. There will also be discussion around various computational problem, in which all key issues about programming and their complexity are explore in an informal setting. This will provide teacher with understanding of programming tasks and ideas for presenting the material in the classroom.


Time Topic
15:30 Registration and Refreshments
16:00 Programming Techniques (Input, Output, Variables and Data Types)
16:40 Programming Techniques (Selection)
17:20 Programming Techniques (Creating a simple app)
17:50 Networking, Survey and Close


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