CAS Community   >   Resources   >  

Img_0005
The CAS Community Leader's Toolkit

Up to date information for those leading CAS Community groups

Yvonne Walker

Created by Yvonne Walker
last edited Jan 08 2019 by Simon Humphreys


The CAS Community Leader’s Toolkit

“How to” guides and other resources to support you in your role as a CAS Community Leader.

Help for organising CAS Ccommunity meetings

Out of the box CAS Community meetings

We have provided here a number of ‘out of the box’ sessions for both primary and secondary CAS Community meetings that you can download and use if you don’t have the time to create something from scratch! These are drawn from other CAS Community Leader suggestions and also the CAS Quickstart Computing packs.

If you would like to add your own ideas here please do.

NB. Introduction to programming in python courtesy of: https://networkofexcellencecpd.wordpress.com/

Learn how to code the micro:bit in JavaScript Coding the micro:bit in JavaScript

Other information

What is a CAS Community?

The CAS Community is a local, face-to-face meeting of Primary and/or Secondary school teachers, to share their ideas for developing the teaching of Computing in their schools, their classrooms and their community. It is a meeting of like-minded professionals with the general objective of supporting each other and the specific aim of providing (at least) one resource for attendees to take away use in the classroom.

CAS Communities meet once a term for a couple of hours after school. The style and format of the meeting is up to the discretion of the CAS Local Leader, but each will focus on an aspect of teaching the Computing curriculum and will provide plenty of opportunity for teachers to collaborate, sharing their expertise with one another.

How can I become a CAS Community Leader?

The CAS Central Team will then set up your CAS Community webpage, adding you as an administrator to the CAS Community website and creating a dedicated CAS Community Leader email ID for your CAS Local group

Downloaded 10126 times.

Download

This resource has attached files: to access these files, please tick the box below to assent to the license terms
License: The resources on CAS website are under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 licence unless otherwise specified by the resource creators.

You must confirm that you have read and agree the licence's ToS before you can download the attachments of this resource.

I have read the licence agreement of this resource and agree to abide by its terms and conditions.

Feedback and Comments


Available when logged in (join via the front page, for free):
  • View 1 comments on this resource.
  • View resource history, links to related resources.
  • Leave feedback for the author(s), or help by editing the resource.
Categories: