Teaching London Computing has developed a series of continuing professional development courses and workshops for teachers of ICT and computing. We welcome others delivering them. Get in touch.
What we offer
As part of our work with the Mayor Of London, TechPathways, a collaboration of London Connected Learning Centre and Queen Mary University of London we provide a range of breath and depth CPD courses.
London CLC are delivering depth modules and Queen Mary is developing the depth courses.
Upcoming courses and events
• CAS London Conference 2020 – Saturday 29 February 2020 – whole-day CPD and networking, £35
• Teaching Networks KS3-KS5 – 11 March 2020, FREE
• Games Development with Construct 3 at Ukie – 22 May 2020, FREE
• Creating 3D Animations with 3Dami – 11 June 2020, FREE
Further potential courses will be on Animation, Digital Art and Design, Game Design and Development for iMedia, Using Google in Secondary Classrooms, Industry volunteer training, Geographical Information Systems and others to be announced.
If you are an industry volunteer and are interested in being involved in the networks depth course further details are here.
As part of our work as the CAS London Regional Centre (run jointly between King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London) we offered a range of short twilight CPD courses for Computer Science teachers and have made the course material publicly available.
For those newer to teaching Computing we have a ‘beginners’ KS3 level course, a course for those getting ready to ‘Teach GCSE Computer Science’ and three courses for those who’ll ‘Teach A Level Computer Science’ focusing on different aspects of the syllabus.
These include programming subject knowledge (we use Python) and pedagogy (how best to introduce the concepts in your classroom). There is also a module in Computing Education which is part of the King’s MA course.
Our previous courses were
TechPathways London: Our first Queen Mary depth course was for secondary educators on teaching networking. The course was on the 28th June 2019. There are more details here.
Teaching London Computing:
1. OOP – Object-Oriented Programming
2. A2 Projects with Databases & Python
3. Teach Algorithms and Data Structures to A-Level using Python
• Exercises for Learning to Code (E42LC) – free but password required
King’s College courses
• MA module in Computing Education
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Page last updated 10 January 2020