CAS Hull Mixed Community Community Meeting
Thursday Sep 24, 2020 from 4:00PM to 5:00PM
Mind the Gap: Improving the Gender Balance and Uptake of Computing. Ada Lovelace Day is on Tuesday 13th October this year and it seems timely to get together and share approaches, activities, resources and partnerships to support teachers.
|16:00||Welcome and a poetic starter activity with Python|
|16:15||Find out more and get involved with the project from the Raspberry Pi Foundation research team to redress the imbalance of girls in Computing|
|16:30||Shared resources, upcoming competitions and partnerships to support teachers|
|16:55||Feedback, planning for next community event and close|
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