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Master Teacher Training 1

CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (GMT)

Master Teacher Training 1

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On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence



Master Teacher Training 1


Thursday Nov 2, 2017 from 1:00PM to 6:00PM


Hosted by CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

Training event for existing CAS Computer Science Master Teachers in the West Midlands Region

12:30 Lunch  
13:00 Welcome - over Lunch  
13:30 Introductions - Funding  
14:00 Binary boxes Duncan
14:30 Modes of delivery (thinking about what they do well).  One activity to carry out and feedback at next meeting. Stuart
15:00
15:30 Break - Group Planning / Networking All
16:00 Networking resource / Hardware resources Duncan / Keith
16:30 Oh Bot Duncan
17:00 Sphero  Matt Warne
17:30 Primary project / Secondary Plan  Jacintha and James Radburn
17:45 promoting activities / local hubs/ collecting data / future of CRC
18:00 CLOSE  


CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

As a CAS Regional Centre (CRC), Birmingham City University fully supports the promotion and teaching of Computer Science (CS) in Schools. We recognise the need for these skills, not only in our future undergraduates, but across all disciplines and at all levels. Today’s children will be working in a world of technology that will be invented by tomorrow's Computer Scientists. We have a team of educational professionals with a wealth of experience in delivering support to Schools and Colleges for Computing and Computer Science. This experience has given us a great deal of insight and knowledge in how to provide education, support teachers and promote academic programs. Teachers need sound subject knowledge, good practical skills in delivering and managing hands on activities, a set of resources that they can pick up and use, and last but certainly not least, a support network they can rely on to offer help and advice as needed. Birmingham City University has engaged in: training CS Master Teachers (MT); run a CAS hub; won a DfE funded project to develop and deliver CS resources; delivered CPD sessions; run school enrichment activities and; hosted STEM and CS events at the University.

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CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

For further information: Keith Buncle (keith.buncle@bcu.ac.uk)

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CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)
Millennium Point
Curzon Street
B4 7XG Birmingham
United Kingdom

Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM (GMT)


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CAS West Midlands (Birmingham City University)

CAS Regional Centre: As a CAS Regional Centre (CRC), Birmingham City University fully supports the promotion and teaching of Computer Science (CS) in Schools. We recognise the need for these skills, not only in our future undergraduates, but across all disciplines and at all levels. Today’s children will be working in a world of technology that will be invented by tomorrow's Computer Scientists. We have a team of educational professionals with a wealth of experience in delivering support to Schools and Colleges for Computing and Computer Science. This experience has given us a great deal of insight and knowledge in how to provide education, support teachers and promote academic programs. Teachers need sound subject knowledge, good practical skills in delivering and managing hands on activities, a set of resources that they can pick up and use, and last but certainly not least, a support network they can rely on to offer help and advice as needed. Birmingham City University has engaged in: training CS Master Teachers (MT); run a CAS hub; won a DfE funded project to develop and deliver CS resources; delivered CPD sessions; run school enrichment activities and; hosted STEM and CS events at the University.
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