Marking of Controlled Assessments (A452 & A453 OCR) - 3 March - Ickenham
- Science & Technology
- Vyners School, UB10 8AB Ickenham
Computing for Primary Teachers
24 October 2014
Charford First School, Charford Road, Bromsgrove, B60 3NH
|During this whole day event we'll cover three main topics - data representation, algorithms and programming.|
We're going to cram a lot into this day and give an detailed introduction into the programme of study for Computing at Primary Level. The plan is to look at data representaion - how do computers store numbers, text, images and sound; algorithm design - flowcharts and pseudo code; and programming - with logo and scratch. There'll be lots of hands on tasks and lots of suggestions for you to take back to your school to try out in the classroom.
Having studied Computing at O'Level, A'Level and Degree level Martin then worked as a programmer for 5 years and a network specialist for 6 years before coming to teaching. He's been teaching Computing at A'Level for over 10 years and GCSE Computing for the last 2 years.
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For further information: Anita McLaren firstname.lastname@example.org
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