Northumberland Computing Hub
November 28, 2017 at 2:00PM
|Using Computing to Support Literacy|
I am currently the head of computing in a middle school. I studied BCs Honours Informatics and have a background in programming in a range of programming languages. I enjoy teaching programming with use of devices such as 'Lego we do' and 'sphero'. CEOP Ambassador and Raspberry Pi educator
The aim of this meeting is to look at 5 fantastic ICT ideas to really engage with the pupils and to support Literacy in your school. In the past these Hub sessions were twilight meetings with a quick introduction to ideas but no time to try out and master some of the techniques. This time around we have changed the format so that colleagues have a chance to try out the resources and learn new skills. There will even be time to plan lessons. to use back in school. This meeting will be of particular interest for NQT’s and school based trainee teachers. Of course all teachers are welcome and no ICT expertise is required. The best person to attend from your school might be the Literacy Subject leader.
All materials and resources used on this course will be made available to all delegates after the course.
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