On behalf of Computing At School
CAS Assessment working group
John Woollard, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chase School, Malvern, Tel: 01684 891961
Monday Jan 28, 2019 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM
A valuable discussion event for all key stage 3 computing teachers and subject leaders for computing.
10.00 for 10.30 start until 4.00pm
If you are a teacher and can only attend the afternoon session (2.00 to 4.00pm) then please sign up but email to let us know. The afternoon session will be a presentation of the ideas discussed and a number of proposals that can be commented on, refined or rejected! It will be valuable CPD for key stage 3 computing teachers and subject leaders for computing.
IMPORTANT – all attendees must bring with them a CRB OR photoID from a school or education organisation.
Sorry, this is not funded CPD – no supply cover.
Travel expenses can be claimed if your employer does not pay them.
The CAS Assessment working group is volunteer CAS members who discuss, research and report on matters relating to assessment of computing from key stage 1 through to post-16.
The current focus is key stage 3. Previous work included a primary focus, NEA review, supporting consultations.
The meeting on Monday 28th is to establish the areas of concern, challenge or opportunity for assessing computing, computer programming and computational thinking. Already there has been interest in discussing grade prediction and assessment without levels. Our input and discussions will not be limited to those areas.
All attendees and other working group members will be able to contribute through a shared document.
WIFI – accessible wifi but please bring your own technology.
Many thanks to The Chase School for hosting this session.
Light refreshments provided: tea/coffee, sandwiches and cakes at lunchtime – please let us know if you have a specific dietary requirement.
For further information:
John Woollard (John.Woollard@computingatschool.org.uk)
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