Computing subject leaders’ network meeting CANCELLED
St Mark's Church of England Primary School
Thursday Mar 26, 2020 from 1:15PM to 4:00PM
This course will provide teachers with a range of resources and activities which can be used across the computing curriculum. We will look at how to help keep pupils safe online by giving them the skills to identify disinformation and malicious intent. We will create a basic app which can be viewed online and downloaded onto a device. We will also explore machine learning, showing how this aspect of computing can help pupils to reinforce their understanding of the world around them, as well as provide a tool to develop their programming skills. There will, as always, be the opportunity to share practice and exchange ideas
|13:15||Registration and Refreshments|
|13:20||Develop pupils’ digital literacy skills to help keep them safe online|
|14:15||Create simple apps|
|15:00||Machine learning in programming|
|16:00||Feedback Survey and Close|
Light refreshments available
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