Iron Man project training
Oasis Academy Nunsthorpe
Tuesday Nov 6, 2018 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
This project aims to create a programme of support for primary teachers focusing on a cross-curricular scheme of work which embeds the development of pupil’s computational thinking skills and which uses the micro bit with the aim of enhancing learning and motivation in KS2 pupils. The project aims to enable a CAS Hub to provide the teachers in their member schools with the resources, skills and knowledge to confidently teach their pupils using the scheme of work and to provide ongoing support in terms of evaluating the effectiveness of the teaching and learning and to produce a case study that exemplifies the impact of project.
|16:00||Registration and Refreshments|
|16:15||Computational thinking and the Iron Man|
|16:30||What is a micro:bit and how do you code it?|
|16:55||Feedback Survey and Close|
Light refreshments available
For further information: Kate Calvert (email@example.com)
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