CAS Swindon Primary Hub/Swindon Computing RIG Meeting
James Summerson on behalf of the Swindon Schools Computing Partnership
BCS, The Chartered Insititue for IT
Friday 19th May from 4:30PM to 5:30PM
Light refreshments available
There will be a session by Danny Arati from Netictech.com who will demonstrate an idea called Scottie Go! which is a unique combination of interactive mobile applications and physical puzzle pieces that appeals especially to kinesthetic and teamwork aspects of learning. This game simply allows for gradual and intuitive advancement through abstract programming concepts and gemification technologies. Teachers, parents and especially kids can quickly gain basic programming skills by solving carefully selected educational tasks. So, help Scottie and become an expert in algorithmic thinking.
James Summerson will also present a session on Online Safety ideas for KS1 and KS2 teachers.
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