UH Computing Education Conference
Friday Jun 21, 2019 from 10:00AM to 4:00PM
Hosted by the Centre for STEM Education, University of Hertfordshire
The Centre for STEM Education at the University of Hertfordshire is delighted to be hosting a free Computing conference at the de Havilland campus in Hatfield, Herts, on Friday 21st June. A range of sessions will be on offer for both primary and secondary teachers, with content delivered by practicing teachers, including National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) facilitators and Computing at School (CAS) Master Teachers. The theme of the conference is, “effective and appropriate pedagogy”, with session content focused on ensuring the activities and ideas presented can be used within the classroom.
The full conference programme will be released in April, although we are already taking bookings for the free tickets using the link above, or by clicking here - https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/uh-computing-education-conference-tickets-55705957017?aff=CAS-26241
Free parking and lunch will be provided, with further information provided in due course.
During the afternoon of the conference, we are also delighted to be able to offer two courses from the NCCE core programme. If you would like to attend these sessions, please book these sessions separately using the link below:
Primary - Programming and algorithms - https://www.stem.org.uk/cpd/448918/primary-programming-and-algorithms
Secondary - Key stage 4 computing (for non-GCSE CS students) - Booking link available soon
If you require additional information, please contact Sonia Menezes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
CAS East of England
East of England profile
de Havilland campus, University of Hertfordshire
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