GCSE computer science theory - teaching the tough topics (£600 bursary for state school teachers)
Monday Dec 10, 2018 11:00AM until Tuesday Dec 11, 2018 3:00PM
Hosted by CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)
Some computer science theory is perceived to be hard to learn, and hard to teach. We'll tackle this preconception head on and equip you with powerful ways to help your students reach their highest potential in exams.
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|Day 1||Day 2|
|Python programming and theory||Processor architecture & fetch / decode / execute|
|Moral, Ethical and legal aspects of Computer Science||High and Low level programming languages|
|Common Algorithms||Cyber security|
|Networking||Data compression and representation|
|Improving schemes of work||Action planning|
CAS Yorkshire and the Humber (University of York)
National STEM Learning Centre
For further information: Dave Gibbs (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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