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CAS Merseyside Hub - OCR Paper review and Microsoft Teams introduction ( CAS Liverpool South Secondary Community ) Thursday Sep 20, 2018 from 4:30PM to 6:00PM
Organised by: Adam RooneyAdam Rooney Hosted by: The Academy of St Nicholas
Adam Rooney
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CAS Merseyside Hub - OCR Paper review and Microsoft Teams introduction

September 20, 2018 at 4:30PM

The Academy of St Nicholas

Adam Rooney will go over paper 2 in depth and seek any strategies to aid teaching on this exam (with sharing resources around). We will also then go through how to use Microsoft Teams which enables you to set assignments through Office 365, mark the students work and give feedback. This can be done on an phone, tablet or desktop machine.


Time Topic
16:30 Registration and Refreshments
16:40 OCR Paper 2 review
17:25 Microsoft Teams showcase and hands on experience
17:55 Feedback and any other questions


Adam Rooney

Teacher of Computer Science, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, Level 4 Digital Champion, Apple Teacher, BCS Secondary Computer Science Teacher. Into all this CompSci and also getting into a lot of game design including GameMaker and Unity.

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


The Academy of St Nicholas

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