BETT: Barefoot Computing - Hands-on, Unplugged Activities to Teach Computational Thinking
Wednesday Jan 22, 2020 from 4:00PM to 4:30PM
Hosted by CAS South West (Plymouth University)
In this hands-on session you'll will learn about Barefoot's model of computational thinking by taking part in a range of unplugged activities,'including'speed drawing to practise abstraction and code cracking to hone their logical thinking! Delegates will leave with an understanding of how Barefoot Computing can support them in their classroom and how to access a Barefoot workshop.'BT's Barefoot Computing provides resources and CPD workshops to support primary teachers in teaching computing in schools across the UK.
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CAS South West (Plymouth University)
BETT - ExCeL London
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