*Webinar* Teaching Primary Computing without computers
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Thursday Jun 18, 2020 from 11:00AM to 11:45AM
The term “unplugged” refers to the teaching of computer science without using a computer. However, are there any benefits to using unplugged activities? Should unplugged activities be taught as stand-alone lessons or feature in every lesson? Are children able to make a connection between an unplugged activity and the programming they do on a computer? Please join us and continue the conversation: Twitter: @CoTwitter: @CompAtSch Facebook: @CompatSchool using the hashtag: #CASInspire
For further information: Wendy MacLeod (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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