Diving Deep into Primary Programming (3 day course over 3 months)
Monday Jan 15, 2018 from 10:00AM to 4:15PM
Hosted by CAS London (Kings College London and Queen Mary University of London)
This is an advanced course on pedagogy and progression for teaching programming to primary aged pupils.
The course is aimed at educators involved with teacher training and providing programming CPD for primary teachers.
The course is suitable for teams creating ed-tech resources and for teachers responsible for the planning of programming lessons for their school. Teachers with experience in teaching programming to their class are very welcome.
Our objective is to create a community of teacher trainers and those with expertise in teaching programming to primary pupils.
Please note: This is not an introductory course, you will be expected to have a good working knowledge of a programming language used with primary pupils such as Scratch.
Monday 15th January (pedagogy themes, sequence and repetition);
Monday 26th February (selection, variables, make your own blocks);
Monday 26th March (inputs, outputs, control, progression, assessment).
Please contact Jane for the password to book a place and to discuss free tickets email@example.com
Attendance is free for CAS master teachers from London and other regional centres, as well as NoE hub leaders and NoE university leads.
|9:30||Registration and Refreshments|
|12:00||Lunch (please bring your sandwiches - sorry not enough budget for food :)|
|13:00||Sequence & Repetition|
|16:00||Feedback Survey and Close|
CAS London (Kings College London and Queen Mary University of London)
London Connected Learning Centre (Lambeth)
For further information: Jane Waite @janewaite (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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