last edited Jul 31 2017 by Suzy Gray | Created by Qing Wang | Other contributors: Tig Williams, James Franklin, Chris Roffey, William Marsh, John Woollard, Leslie Carr, Suzy Gray, and Ceredig Cattanach-Chell
Resources of Annual CAS SE Secondary Computing Conference at Queen Anne's School, Reading - 6th July 2017
Please could all presenters add their resources’ links, under the appropriate workshop listing below:
Keynote: ‘Upheaval in Computing’ - Professor Leslie Carr, Professor of Web Science in the Department of Electronics and Computer Science and a Director of the Web Science Institute and Director of the Web Science Centre for Doctoral Training at the University of Southampton
Session ONE Workshops:
Cross Curricular Computational thinking across the curriculum - Ceredig Cattanach-Chell, OCR
Encouraging young women in the computing classroom - Emma-Ashley Liles, Stemettes and CAS #Include
Strategies for teaching programming - Dr Sue Sentance, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science Education, Kings College London
Simple programmable robotics using the BBC micro:bit - Tim Goodman, Kitronik
Using questions to assess computing (Project Quantum) - Chris Roffey, Quantum content steering group, Bebras and TCS Oxford Computing Challenge [slides]
N==2 Communicating micro:bits with Python - David Williams, Lecturer in Secure Systems, University of Surrey
Session TWO workshops:
Expectations of the NEA for Computer Science GCSE
OCR - Ceredig Cattanach-Chell, OCR
Publicly Available presentation and Sample Work as used on the day
AQA - Charly Lowndes Edexcel - Tim Brady Eduqas/WJEC
The future of Micro:bit - Gareth James, Chief of Education and Strategy, The Micro:bit Foundation.
Bloodhound Race for the Line - Aulden Dunipace, The Learning Partnership
KS5 Functional Programming - William Marsh, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London [Slides and exercise sheet]
Getting your pupils to transition smoothly from visual programming languages to Python - Tig Williams, CAS South East. The resources are in the panel on the right. If you can’t see that, accept the terms by clicking the check box and it should all appear.
An introduction to Java - James Clarke, CAS Master Teacher
Session THREE workshops:
Developing problem solving through computing - Led by Phil Bagge, CAS South East and Hampshire LA
Teaching Computer Science without a computer - Charly Lowndes, AQA
Data transmission and coding - Keith Buncle, CAS West Midlands
GUI Programming in Python - William Marsh, Senior Lecturer in Computer Science, Queen Mary University of London [Slides, exercise sheet and answers]
System Security - SQL Injection and Network Forensics - Rob Blair, CAS South East
Micro:bit timing gate - make & take - Tig Williams, CAS South East
Session FOUR workshops:
CyberFirst and Cyber Hygiene - Patrick B, Cyber Security Outreach, National Cyber Security Centre
Encouraging young women in the computing classroom (repeat) - see session one
Enticing disengaged learners in KS3 - Yota Dimitriadi, University of Reading
How networks work - Keith Buncle, CAS West Midlands
Simple programmable robotics using the micro:bit (repeat)
Building a GUI in Java - James Clarke, CAS Master Teacher
N>2 Networking micro:bits with Python - David Williams, Lecturer in Secure Systems, University of Surrey
Cambridge University Press
Axsied Limited - Computer Science resources for GCSE exams and NEA.
BBC Micro:bit foundation
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