CAS Teesside Hub Meeting - Spring
TBD - Tees Valley
Tuesday Feb 5, 2019 from 4:30PM to 6:30PM
Light refreshments available
In the spring term we will be focusing on diversity. How many girls take computer science, how many PP, minority ethnic and SEND students? How can we ensure that computer science is accessible to all ability levels? We would love to hear success stories a
|16:00||Registration and Refreshments|
|16:30||Group discussion and sharing session - diversity in computer science|
|17:35||Streamed workshop sessions|
|18:25||Feedback and Close|
For further information: Mark Clarkson ()
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