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Key stage 3 computing for non-specialists (£700 bursary available for state school teachers) Wednesday Sep 19, 2018 10:30AM until Thursday Sep 20, 2018 3:30PM
Organised by: Dave GibbsDave Gibbs Hosted by: National STEM Learning Centre
d.gibbs@stem.org.uk
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Key stage 3 computing for non-specialists (£700 bursary available for state school teachers)


Wednesday Sep 19, 2018 10:30AM until Thursday Sep 20, 2018 3:30PM


Hosted by CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)

Suitable for teachers with little or no experience of teaching computing, this CPD will help you develop a solid base of subject knowledge and raise your confidence.

PROGRAMME

Time Sample of day 1 content:
11:00 Work through the language and concepts of the KS3 Computing Programme of Study and discuss teaching strategies and challenges
12:00 Try a range of methods for engaging challenging students with algorithms
13:45 Learn how computers represent vector and bitmap images and how students can explore their properties with and without python code.
15:15 What about ASD / Dyslexic / G&T / PP students? How can we measure progress? How (and why) should we recruit more girls into KS4?
17:00 Unplugged computing - benefits and barriers

CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)

York

HOST

d.gibbs@stem.org.uk

with Pete Dring and Dan Tait (CAS Master Teachers)

National STEM Learning Centre

For further information: Dave Gibbs (d.gibbs@nationalstemcentre.org.uk)

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