CAS Waltham Forest Community (Hub) Meeting
George Mitchell School
Monday Jan 28, 2019 from 4:00PM to 5:30PM
Light refreshments available
Networks can be one of the driest and most tricky areas of the GCSE spec, and it gets even more involved at A-Level. This event is all about increasing engagement using practical work that helps us to understand that the practical applications of the networking theory are right at our fingertips.
All of the software involved is free and open source. Please book via the Eventbrite system so that we know how many biscuits to buy!
|15:45||Registration, Refreshments and Unplugged Networking (Network Layer)|
|16:10||Carousel: Making Your Own Network (Physical/Data Link Layer)|
|16:10||Carousel: Investigating Packets Using Wireshark (Transport Layer)|
|16:10||Carousel: Playing with Network Applications Using a Simulator (Application Layer)|
|17:20||Feedback Survey and Close|
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