Teaching computer science in schools - SOLD OUT
Thursday, June 21, 2012 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM (BST)
London, United Kingdom
How to teach computer science in schools - rising to the digital challenge
The headlines read ‘schools to be given freedom to run cutting-edge computer classes under plans for open source curriculum’ but how will this work for your school in practice?
Gove has said the ICT curriculum is not ‘fit for purpose’ and that to restore the UK’s reputation as a global leader in the field of computing science schools must fully embrace the computing curriculum without waiting to be informed by curriculum changes.
This seminar designed for ICT leads, heads of department and teachers with a special interest will enhance your knowledge of teaching computer science and coding with both strategic and practical sessions, plus a sharing of expertise and views.
Supported by Google's Digital Literacy campaign
Please note that we are unable to accept offline payments, except for group bookings of more than eight delegates where a booking fee applies. A non-refundable booking fee of £25 per booking (not per delegate) will be payable for offline bookings. Invoices must be paid within 14 days of issue or by 7 days from the date of the seminar, if payment is not received booked places will be released.
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