CAS Solihull First Hub meeting
"Teaching Computer Hardware using Raspberry Pi's"
Assistant Head Teacher - Strategic ICT Development
Lyndon School, Solihull, West Midlands
2 Oct 2013 3.30 - 5.30pm
Come along to the first CAS Solihull hub and find out more about what CAS has to offer you!
Presentations from Mark Roberts, Team Leader for ICT and James Reid, E-Learning Manager at Lyndon School and a chance to find out more about using Raspberry Pi's to teach hardware to students
Audience: KS3 teachers
3.30 - 3.45 - Arrival, refreshments and networking
3.45 - 4.00 Introduction and Welcome -
What is Computer Science? How can we teach Computer Hardware?
4 - 5.00 - Using Raspberry Pi to introduce Programming to KS3, by James Reid
Hands on workshop showcasing what can be achieved
18.30 - Feedback, AOB and close
We look forward to seeing you.
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