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CAS(NI) Annual Conference Monday Jun 24, 2019 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM
Organised by: Irene BellIrene Bell Hosted by: Stranmillis University College
CAS Northern Ireland
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On behalf of Computing At School


CAS Northern Ireland Community Meeting


Hosted by

I.Bell@stran.ac.uk

At

Stranmillis University College

Monday Jun 24, 2019 from 9:00AM to 3:00PM

Full hospitality and Goodie Bag


Workshops contributed by Microsoft, Digital SchoolHouse, Queens University Belfast, CCEA, PSNI E-safety staff,

Physical computing with the Raspberry Pi Academy and our fantastic teachers showcasing what they do in their classroom



Workshop titles include


PRIMM - An approach designed to help teachers structure their programming in Scratch and Python.

Microsoft Makecode for primary and post-primary with Stephen Howell

Scratch 3: Propriétés d’un carré - Exploring Scratch 3 to build a cross curricular project on language and space.

“Cardboard Maps on Mars” Using the open access tool, ProgBoard, a paper-based tool which can be used to introduce core programming concepts to varying levels.

From Big Trak to Anki Vector - Using Robotics as a Gateway to Logic and Computation.

Using Trinket and Turtle as a stepping stone to Python

“VIRTUAL REALity” is an Esafety product designed by the PSNI and adopted by the Safeguarding Board for NI. Separate workshops for primary and secondary teachers.

This isn’t Virtual Insanity, Its Virtual Reality - Interactive workshop on VR experiences for use within the classroom.

Digital Storytelling with Scratch

Digital School House - Teaching computing through play and active learning. Both workshops are suitable for primary and secondary teachers.


For further information: Irene Bell i.bell@stran.ac.uk

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