Computing At School Scotland
Saturday 26th October 2013
“Most valuable CPD event I have attended in a long time”
“Absolutely loved it!”
“The conference has resparked my enthusiasm for Computing Teaching”
(Delegate feedback from 2012 CAS Scotland Teacher Conference)
The Wolfson Medical, Boyd Orr and Sir Alwyn Williams Buildings, University of Glasgow
Saturday 26th October 8:30am-5:00pm
What to EXPECT
- Looking for inspiration to develop deeper and more engaging learning in Computing Science that has wide appeal from Primary to Secondary level?
- Need creative ideas to develop your students computational thinking skills?
- Want an opportunity to share your enthusiasm for Computing with like minded educators?
- Like some hands on activities with new tools and technologies you might use with your pupils?
Then join us, for a unique opportunity to hear from practising teachers and educators about new ideas to really bring Computing to life.
Structure of THE DAY
|8.30am||-||9.30am||Registration and light breakfast|
|1.30pm||-||2.00pm||Meet and share|
|4.00pm||-||5.00pm||Afternoon Keynotes and closing|
What DOES IT COST?
The full ticket cost this year £35 but this includes a light breakfast, lunch, coffee and hopefully some goodies! This is to help Computing At School cover some of the expenses of holding the conference but also to try and keep the non-attendance rate low.
The University of Glasgow's School of Computing Science has kindly donated some of the conference space but to increase the capacity for this years conference we've incurred additional expenses compared to last year's venue. We hope you will understand and continue to support the work of Computing At School Scotland.