How to Teach Computer Programming at BETT 2014
ICT teachers, digital leaders and anyone else interested in teaching computer programming or involved in preparing for the new computing curriculum should make sure they come to our free workshop at BETT 2014, How to Teach Computer Programming.
BETT 2014 is the key education technology show, held in London, and is the ideal place for CPD for Teachers to share our experience and expertise as schools start making the transition from ICT to computing.
Our senior trainer Matt Venn will provide lots of ideas and inspiration in what promises to be a thoroughly engaging 45 minute session.
During the seminar, Matt will:
- Focus on strategies to make coding appealing and accessible to students of all ages and abilities
- Open your eyes to ‘Computer Science Unplugged‘ – showing you how to teach key concepts without a computer
- Show visual programming and the use of Scratch
- Give a gentle introduction to programming language Python, including how it can be used to create worlds in Minecraft
- Look at the Raspberry Pi and how it can be used
- Signpost the best free resources on the web and give ideas for developing your own skills
Come and find us at Schools Learn Live Theatre 3 on Wednesday, January 22 at 3.30pm. For more information check out the seminar information at the BETT 2014 website or get in touch with us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to seeing you there.