Two-Day Python Programming Course for GCSE
December 18, 2017 at 9:00AM
St James's Church
|A two-day CPD course for ICT teachers of all abilities. Python skills for the NEA, plus the analysis of the sample tasks and working on differentiated solutions. Lots of resources to take away, too!|
This is a practical training course that will help you teach GCSE computing. Delegates will each work at a computer and receive collective and individual tuition throughout the day.
IF YOU WISH TO ATTEND FOR ONE DAY ONLY, THE COST IS £150
DAY 1 - GCSE OVERVIEW AND UNDERSTANDING PROGRAMMING:
NEA analysis and skills audit
Variable assignment, data types, selection, and iteration
Creating user interfaces, validation, formatted output
Use of functions with global and local variables
DAY 2 – ADVANCED NEA-FOCUSSED SKILLS:
Files and data, lists, searching and sorting
Bringing it all together – the modular approach
Darren Travi & Ilia Avroutine
Darren is Head of Computing at the Royal Grammar School, High Wycombe and a CAS Master Teacher. He leads the South Buckinghamshire CAS Hub, and has been teaching A-level Computer Science since the 1990s and GCSE Computing since the course started in 2010.
Ilia has taught A level Computer Science for over 10 years having previously taught Computing in Canada. Ilia is the Head of Computer Science at the Wetherby Senior School in London. He has a wide experience of teaching Computing and has co - authored a number of popular resources and textbooks.
All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.
Darren Travi, firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0781 489 3452
St James's Church
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