Free Computing Workshops for Teachers
Saturday May 20, 2017 from 9:45AM to 3:00PM
Hosted by CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)
Join us at Edge Hill University and choose from our FREE Computing Workshops to learn new skills and explore the Computing curriculum. Each workshop is led by an expert practising teacher and you'll learn practical skills, computational thinking and explore the implications for your own classrooms. There'll be several workshops running these are yet to be confirmed,topics covered in the past include:
Creative Computing: Sonic Pi (KS2/3)
Creative Computing: Unplugged Computing / Barefoot (KS1-2)
Creative Computing: Geocraft - Programming Minecraft using the Raspberry Pi (KS2/3)
Creative Computing: Python (KS3/4)
Creative Computing: SQL - Controlled assessment preparation (KS4)
Creative Computing: Little Man Computing for GCSE (KS4)
Creative Computing: Introduction to App Inventor for KS2/3
Creative Computing: Logic Gates (KS3/4)
Physical Computing: CodeBug: the cute, programmable and wearable device designed to introduce simple programming and electronic concepts to anyone, at any age. (KS1-4)
Physical Computing: 3D Printing in the classroom (KS1-4)
Physical Computing: Getting started with the BBC Microbit (KS3)
Physical Computing: Wearables
Physical Computing: Spheros
Primary and Secondary teachers are more than welcome to join us to improve their own computing skills.
CAS North West - Manchester (University of Manchester)
Master Teachers are playing an important role in training teachers through CPD opportunities and acting as a focus for developing computing in schools. Part of the role of the CRC is to support Master Teachers in these activities, but also to work alongside Master Teachers to provide a co-ordinated network of support for schools.
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