Video Resources for Teachers

CASTVCAS TV is a new You tube channel for computing teachers. New videos are being created all the time (and watch out for videos of Teaching London Computing resources coming soon).

To keep up to date with all this content, simply subscribe at  youtube.com/computingatschool. As well as subscribing, there are some other ways you could get involved.


Our teaching videos

We are adding videos with subtitles to our Teaching London Computing YouTube channel  – you can switch on subtitles on any YouTube video by making sure there’s a red line under the icon shown in the picture below.

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How to fold a hexahexaflexagon (download flexagon instructions here)

How to teach the Brain in a Bag workshop in your classroom (download instructions here)


Box variables video (download instructions here)


Invisible palming trick [download accompanying workshop material]

(…and explanation)

 


Our workshops

If you have a video of one of our events please let us know about it (j.brodie@qmul.ac.uk or @TeachingLDNComp) – thank you.

Darpan Sandhu attended a couple of our workshops and has shared some videos on her YouTube channel too.

[Video below] Paul Curzon program’s a ‘brain’ to play snap! #casconf2014
by Kate Farrell, recorded at the Computing At School conference June 2014

[Video below] Paul Curzon programmes a face to react to happy, sad and sudden noises from the audience
by Kate Farrell, recorded at the Computing At School conference June 2014
• Linked activity sheet: The create-a-face activity