CAS London Conference 2017 25th Feb

last edited Mar 06 2017 by Robert Leeman | Created by Jane Waite @janewaite | Other contributors: Michael Kölling, Michael Jones, Trevor Bragg, Miles Berry, William Marsh, Sue Sentance, Clifford French, Hardip Mothada, Nicholas Hughes, Dharini Krishnamoorthy, Garfield Gordon, Alex Hadwen-Bennett, Robert Leeman, Isabella Lieghio, Neill Melville, Hilary Norton, Susan Mehmet, John Galloway, and Laura Benton

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Workshop List here

Bio list here

Start of day, rolling and end of day slides.

Presentations

KS1/KS2 Starter Scratch - an introduction to Scratch for the absolute beginner - Iain Davis

KS1/KS2 Coding with iPads - Neill Melville Click here for presentation

KS1 to KS4 Networks and search - Duncan Maidens and Andrew Csizmadia Data Boxes presentation Binary Boxes drop box resources Cisco course presentation

KS2 Crumbles - introduction to physical computing - Nic Hughes - Slides

KS3/KS4 Python Introduction - Clifford French Presentation at http://community.computingatschool.org.uk/files/8434/original.pdf and sample code at http://community.computingatschool.org.uk/files/8435/original.zip

KS3 Logic Gates and truth tables - Michael Jones Materials to support this and beyond here: NAND Gate Circuit - 6 watch and make videos and Further circuits and a Word document containing truth tables, gate notation, logic chip pinouts and components list or at my blog

KS4/5 OCR GCSE A level Examinations - Rob Leeman

KS5 Functional Programming - William Marsh

KS5 A level Projects - Garfield Gordon and Trevor Bragg

KS1/KS2 Primary Online Safety - Susan Mehmet & Matthew Cornish

KS1/K2 ScratchMaths - Laura Benton and Piers Saunders, UCL Knowledge Lab

Programming for all - unplugged - Carol Allen/Sally Paveley

Primary / Secondary CAS Self Review Tool - Yvonne Walker

KS4/5 AQA GCSE A level Examinations - Steve Kenny

KS3 HTML Dharini Krishnamoorthy HTML, first step to introduce text based coding. HTML provides perfect opportunity for students to showcase their skills within few lessons and to develop the enthusiasm in computer science. This hands on session will cover HTML basics, Form Elements and CSS.

KS3/KS4 Construct 2 HTML 5 drag and drop gaming - Alex Hadwen-Bennett - Beginner Tutorials - Intermediate Tutorials

KS3 - KS5 Strategies for teaching programming - Sue Sentance

KS5 Creating and querying databases using Python (and sqlite 3) - Sue Sentance and Hardip Mothada

KS1/KS2 Barefoot demystifying the computer science bits of primary computing curriculum. Viv Anderson and Natalia Yousef

KS1/KS2 Creative Computing - it’s not just about coding - Bradley Dardis and Noeleene Coutinho

KS2 Python Introduction - Max Wainewright Presentation extract Python examples 1 python examples 2

From unplugged to screen for pupils needing extra support - John Galloway & Hilary Norton (Inclusion/SEND - but for everyone!)

Upper KS2/KS3 Scratch 3 - Advanced Scratch (creating user defined procedures, handling input, ‘arrays’) - Neil Rickus

KS1/KS2 Primary Pedagogy - Miles Berry

KS3/KS4 Microbit experiences at Hasboys - Using the micro:bit to develop computational thinking and PBL - Ian Phillips & Vaughn Connolly

KS2/3 Raspberry Pi - Cat Lamin

KS3 - KS5 Cybersecurity The cybersecurity challenge and much more - Duncan Maidens Cryptography presentation Crypto drop box resources

KS3 Bubblesort, mergesort - Paul Curzon

KS4/KS5 Java - Greenfoot - Michael Kölling

KS5 Graphs and Trees (data structures) - Sue Sentance

KS1/KS2- All you ever wanted to know about computing assessment and a few things you didn’t - Phil Bagge

Progression for those working below the NC levels - John Galloway

KS2 HTML Introduction - Isabella Lieghio

Secondary Assessment - creating Quantum Questions - a practical workshop - Miles Berry

Generative Art - Goldsmiths - Simon Katan

KS3/KS4 Microbit and Micropython - Alex Hadwen-Bennett

KS3/KS4 Pixel Puzzels - images and compression with computational thinking - Paul Curzon

KS4 JavaScript - Garfield Gordon.

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