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Lancaster University CAS Regional Conference Wednesday Jun 15, 2016 from 9:30AM to 4:00PM
Organised by: Lorraine UnderwoodLorraine Underwood Hosted by: Lancaster University
CAS North West - Lancaster (Lancaster University)
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence

Lancaster University Computing at School Regional Conference

Wednesday Jun 15, 2016 from 9:30AM to 4:00PM

Hosted by CAS North West - Lancaster (Lancaster University)

This exciting event will be focussing on, amongst other topics, physical computing for primary and secondary teachers in and around the North West. There will be plenty of opportunity for hands on workshops for teachers to use a range of physical computing hardware. There will be an open room full of technology that you can play with throughout the day. 

Preview of the conference

Some of the topics that will covered on the day: the BBC micro:bit, drones, shrimp kits, Raspberry Pi, unplugged activities for primary schools.

Talks will be given by university lectures, PhD students, CAS Master Teachers and secondary and primary teachers working in the North West 

Once you sign up you will be given detailed instructions on parking and directions to the venue. Lunch is included as is tea and coffee on arrival. 

Below is the schedule for the day (subject to change) 



For further information: Lancaster University CAS Regional Centre,

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