Gaming across the curriculum
Date: 22nd March 2016
St Mark's CE Primary School, School Lane, Hadlow Down, near Uckfield, TN22 4HY
|Explore the use of game making and virtual worlds in the classroom.|
This course will provide teachers with the opportunity to explore the use of game making and virtual worlds in the classroom and to design their own game, as well as to understand how gaming software and on-line virtual worlds can help pupils make progress both in computing lessons and across other subjects. Teachers will be able to create their own game using 2DIY by the end of the session. Online resources will be available after the course.
Andrew Gunn, CAS Master Teacher
Andrew works two days a week in St Mark’s Primary school, which is designated as a Teaching School. He is a Specialist Leader in Education for computing and an independent education consultant during the rest of the week. He is a Master Teacher for Computing, as well as a trainer for Osiris and IRIS, two national training providers.
He is a highly regarded and skilled teacher and trainer who has run a large number of courses across the country. He was a local authority Teaching and Learning adviser for ICT and previously taught in 3 secondary schools for 16 years including as head of modern foreign languages. He has delivered and co-ordinated a number of national and local initiatives including the New Opportunities Funded (NOF) training, KS3 National Strategy for ICT, county laptop for teachers' scheme, learning platform project, the Self Review Framework and now offers a range of computing and online safety courses and support.
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