CAS Hub Meeting
David Hill, Simon Marsden and Robert Topp
University of Portsmouth
Wednesday, 20th April 2016, 16:45 to 18:45
(arrive from 16:00 for coffee and chat)
Room BK0.20 (Goldfish Bowl) for a coffee moving on to the lab as appropriate
Buckingham Building - General information and directions
Come along and meet other local teachers, to discuss and share ideas at our next meeting on the 20th April. We're going to be joined by Mark Dorling who will be talking about the work he's done with CAS, and demonstrating the Progression Pathways assessment website. We will also have some more activities and lesson ideas that can be used by Primary and Secondary teachers back in their classroom, including ideas for cross curricular links.
This is open to any Primary and Secondary staff (teachers or support) who are involved with any aspects of teaching computing across the curriculum.
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