Teaching A Level Computer Science - Programming in Python (6 week course)
Tuesday Apr 18, 2017 4:00PM until Tuesday May 23, 2017 6:00PM
Hosted by CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)
A 6 week course to equip teachers with the necessary level of knowledge required to use Python as their programming language.
The course will run each week from approximately 4pm until 6pm on Tuesdays (except for Wednesday 17/05/2017) at Cheadle Hulme High School in the Sixth Form Centre.
The course will cover most of the aspects of programming that teacher's of A Level Computer Science need to know in order to deliver the new specification. The weekly breakdown of topics will be published in due course, but will include material on functions, recursion, searching and sorting algorithms implemented in Python, common data structures and OOP.
|18/04/2017 (Tuesday) 15:55-17:55||Python for GCSE Recap|
|25/04/2017 (Tuesday) 15:55-17:55||Functions and Data Structures (TBC)|
|02/05/2017 (Tuesday) 15:55-17:55||Functions and Recursion (TBC)|
|09/05/2017 (Tuesday) 15:55-17:55||Common Algorithms (TBC)|
|17/05/2017 (Wednesday) 15:55-17:55||OOP in Python (TBC)|
|23/05/2017 (Tuesday) 15:55-17:55||GUI Options and Conclusion (TBC)|
CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)
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Cheadle Hulme High School (Sixth Form)
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