FREE: Digital courses from @QMEECS (in London N22, E14) for secondary & Y6 primary teachers ^JB

Jane Waite from QMUL will be delivering three free short TechPathways London courses for teachers this October. Full details can be found in the links below saying [Register for your free place].

Please bookmark this page to keep an eye on our future short courses organised by the Computer Science department at QMUL (EECS) http://eecs.qmul.ac.uk/ioc/short-courses-and-events/

1. Teaching Games Development for Secondary Schools

An introduction to teaching Games Development for secondary school teachers or educators in informal settings who teach this topic to learners of ages 11 to 24. Prior experience of teaching programming is advised but is not essential.

Venue: Alexandra Palace, Alexandra Palace Way, London, N22 7AY
(2 days, pick your cohort)

Both cohorts attend Day One on Wed 2 October 2019 which will be delivered by BAFTA and will include practical activities on how to design games as well as a meet the Industry session.

There are two Day Two events on Thur 3 Oct (Cohort 1) and Fri 4 Oct (Cohort 2), both delivered by Digital Schoolhouse and will cover implementing designs in Construct 3, a game making software, with a focus on meeting the needs of the iMedia qualification.

2. Digital Art and Design for Secondary Schools

An introduction to teaching Art and Design using Processing and other digital tools for secondary school teachers (and Year 6 primary teachers). No prior experience is needed of programming; this is an introductory course.

Venue: Manorfield Primary School (in their art and design studio), Wyvis Street, London, E14 6QD

One-day (9.30am to 4.30pm) short course on Fri 1 November 2019 [Register for your free place]

Full details of the course in the links above.

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