TechPathways London – free courses for educators coming up this year ^JB

There are LOTS of courses for computing teachers and educators in London and beyond. Our previous blog post highlighted some organised by STEM Learning (face to face), FutureLearn (online) through the NCCE which offers bursaries to eligible schools.

Queen Mary University of London are also running some free courses through TechPathways London and they are detailed below; click on the image to download a printable flyer. Full details in the [Eventbrite tickets] link next to each.

  • 11 March 2020 (Wed) – Teaching Networks KS3 – KS5 [Eventbrite tickets]
    • Networks and the pedagogy for teaching about networks to your pupils, using binary boxes.
  • 22 May 2020 (Fri) – Games Development with Construct 3 [Eventbrite tickets]
    • An introduction to teaching Games Development for school teachers or educators in informal settings, using Construct 3. Please bring your own laptop with Google Chrome installed.
  • 11 June 2020 (Thu) – Creating 3D animations with 3Dami [Eventbrite tickets]
    • An introduction to 3D animation and the pedagogy for teaching about designing and making 3D animations, with 3Dami.
  • 7 July 2020 (Tue) – Teaching Geographical Information Systems (GIS) [Eventbrite tickets]
    • Introductory course to teaching with and about GIS for secondary school teachers, using free ArcGIS for schools (no programming needed).

A variety of colleagues and partners are supporting us in running these courses and in addition to QMUL and TechPathways London we’d like to thank the Institute of Coding, Digital Schoolhouse, Mayor of London, King’s College London, 3Dami and Esri UK.

Click image below to download a flyer.

Corrected four courses screenshot of flyer Jan 2020

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