Teaching London Computing’s Paul Curzon and William Marsh will be presenting at the CPD day for London computing teachers at this year’s CAS London conference, £25 for London teachers, £60 for those outside London (BOOK TICKETS). Read on for more information…
When: Saturday 27th February
Where: London (Gladesmore Community School, Crowland Rd, N15 6EB)
Tickets: £25 (London), £60 (elsewhere) – BOOK HERE
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Approximate timings of Paul’s and William’s sessions (note timings may change by +/- 10mins).
Unplugged Sorting algorithms – 10:00pm
Using Magic to teach computing – 2:30pm
Python Advanced GUI – 12:30pm
LMC 1 – Introduction Afternoon – 2:30pm
Here’s the information from CAS London about the conference –
CAS London’s Regional Conference, a day of CPD for primary and secondary teachers of computing
For those who need to gain confidence to teach programming, those who are brushing up on skills and those looking to find out about recent developments in computer science education.
HANDS ON Workshops, ready to use resources.
- Select 4 x hour long workshops from 7 workstreams of more than 28 workshops.
- Introductory and advanced programming on Scratch, Kodu, Python, Visual Basic, LMC, Java and more.
- Pedagogy, assessment, exam boards, magic to teach algorithms, computational thinking, unplugged sorting …
- Introductory physical computing with BBC Micro:bit, Raspberry Pi and Engduino.
- Cross curriclar Maths and Scratch, DT and Crumbles.
- Workshops led by Paul Curzon, Phil Bagge, Mark Dorling, Sue Sentance, Michael Kölling, Rob Leeman (OCR), Matt Walker (AQA) and many other leading CPD providers.
Nominal charge to cover lunch and admin.
We are funded by the Department for Education to support teachers in London, hence the reduced fee for London educators.
Teachers from further afield are very welcome, as are educators working with CLCs, boroughs and Coding Clubs.
Trainee teachers and University/ITT representatives are most welcome and also invited to attend.
At lunch time there will be a market place where voluntary groups, industry and other suppliers will be on hand to share their resources and ideas on careers, coding clubs, ed tech products etc.
If you would like to showcase at the market place please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About CAS London
CAS London, the Computing At School regional centre for London, is run by King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London. It co-ordinates CAS activity in London, supporting teachers of Computing through CAS Master Teachers, Hubs and Lead Schools.
Find out more about CAS and CAS London.