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GCSE computer science - improving results Thursday Nov 1, 2018 from 10:00AM to 3:00PM
Organised by Master Teacher: Becci PetersBecci Peters Hosted by: St Paul’s Way Trust School
b.peters@ohgs.co.uk
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GCSE computer science - improving results


November 1, 2018 at 10:00AM


St Paul’s Way Trust School

Looking at the algorithm questions and how to teach them


PROGRAMME (stc)


Time Topic
10:00 Registration and Refreshments
10:10 Answering the questions
11:35 Teaching lower ability
13:10 Different strategies for middle and higher ability
14:55 Feedback Survey and Close

SPEAKER

Becci Peters

I've been teaching OCR GCSE & Alevel for 6 years. I am a moderator for Alevel projects, and I'm a senior examiner for AS & Alevel paper 1.

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

HOST

b.peters@ohgs.co.uk

St Paul’s Way Trust School

For further information: b.peters@ohgs.co.uk

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