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Advanced Python Programming for GCSE Computer Science Thursday Dec 14, 2017 from 2:00PM to 5:30PM
Organised by Master Teacher: John PalmerJohn Palmer Hosted by: The Chase
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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence

Advanced Python Programming for GCSE Computer Science

December 14, 2017 at 2:00PM

The Chase

Complicated / tricky / cool stuff in Python!

Two CPD afternoons to help teachers with the skills required to tackle practical assessments in GCSE Computer Science level using Python.

These sessions are NOT beginner courses, but assume a basic knowledge of Python 3 including sequence, selection and iteration.

Session 2 Date TBC.

Session 2 will cover more file handling, 2D lists, nested loops.

These sessions are not about, and will not refer to, current, live NEA tasks !

Usual caveat that Event is FREE but you'll be charged £50 if you can't turn up and your ticket can't be given to someone else. By signing up you agree to this.


Time Topic
14:00 Registration and Refreshments
14:10 Lists and Strings
15:30 Validation Methods
16:30 File Handling
17:20 Plenary and Close


John Palmer

I teach Computing at The Chase, Malvern, also the CAS Three Counties Hub Leader, a Master Teacher, a CAS board member, one of the West Midlands Regional Coordination team at BCU and I am passionate about tech and writing code!!

All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.


The Chase

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