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CAS East of England 2017 Presentation Materials

Resources from the CAS East of England conference on 7th July 2017

Neil Rickus

Created by Neil Rickus
last edited Jul 14 2017 by Graham Hastings


Welcome presentation

Timetable and Programme

Resources from the various presenters will be available once downloaded:

CAS East of England Regional Conference 2017 Workshop descriptions

Workshop session one

Neil Rickus - Senior Lecturer in Computing Education, University of Hertfordshire - Introducing physical computing with Raspberry Pi and Pibrella (including children!) Pupil presentation and Attendee presentation

Sue Sentance - Senior Lecturer in Computer Science Education, King’s College, London - Strategies for teaching programming at KS3-5

David Whale - Support Manager, micro:bit Educational Foundation - Getting started with the micro:bit - KS2-3

Katie Vanderpere-Brown - CAS Lead School, Saffron Walden County High School - KS3 Differentiation – An approach to differentiation though thinking skills - KS3 here

Nadine Vaillant Hill - Product Manager Education, BCS Learning & Development Limited - The difference that the BCS Certificate makes in the classroom (plus Master Teachers and Hubs) - KS1-5 (see “Files” on the right hand side)

Cat Lamin - CAS Master Teacher; Independent Consultant - Cross-curricular physical computing with Raspberry Pi (including children!) - KS2-3 here

Helena Cheung - CAS Master Teacher, Montem Primary School, Islington - Differentiation in primary computing - KS1-2 (see “Files” on the right hand side)

Rebecca D’Cruz - Head of Computing, St Albans School - Programming Fundamentals – a strategic approach - KS3 - here

Barefoot Computing - Simon Vaughan-Long - Exploring computational thinking through unplugged activities - KS1-2 (see “Files” on the right hand side)

Duncan Maidens - Associate Professor, Birmingham City University - Communications and networking - KS2-4 (see “Files” on the right hand side) here

Helena Cheung - CAS Master Teacher, Montem Primary School, Islington - Crumble Fun - Creative and Inclusive - KS2 (see “Files” on the right hand side)

Rebecca D’Cruz - Head of Computing, St Albans School - An Introduction to Object Oriented Programming using Python and Java - KS5 - here

Shahneila Saeed - Director, Digital Schoolhouse and Head of Education at Ukie - Play based learning and creative computing using the Digital Schoolhouse model - KS1-5

Katie Vanderpere-Brown - CAS Lead School, Saffron Walden County High School - Engaging girls in Computing - sharing ideas and successes - KS1-5 here

Mick Walters - School of Computer Science, University of Hertfordshire - A Simple Grid World Software Robot Simulator for PCs - KS3-5 here

Graham Hastings - CAS Master Teacher, St John’s College School, Cambridge - How clean is my pond? Using the microbit for the teaching of Science / STEM - KS2-3 here
Outline lesson plan
micro:bit of Things website

Peter Gaynord - CAS Master Teacher, Hardwick and Cambourne Community Primary School - KS1 can do Scratch 2 - KS1 (see files on the right hand side)

Steve Hunt - School of Computer Science, University of Hertfordshire - Tests worth teaching to? - KS3-5 (see “Files” on the right hand side)

Dr Anjali Das / Jason Fitzpatrick - Head of Learning / Museum Curator, Centre for Computing History, Cambridge - If Computer Science is to be taken seriously, it needs to recognise its past - KS1-5

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