Teach GCSE Computing - Weds 7 May 2014
Wednesday, May 7, 2014 from 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM (BST)
Preston, United Kingdom
'Teach GCSE Computing'
Day 1 - Introduction
Trainer: Alan O’Donohoe
Thursday 9 January 2014, Thursday 13 March 2014,
Wednesday 7 May 2014 & Wednesday 2 July 2014
The Guild Training Centre, OLCHS, Fulwood, PRESTON PR2 3SQ
(Other locations available, contact us for more information)
Ideally suited to teachers with little or no experience of teaching programming and/or no computer science background
This course will:
be led by an outstanding, practising teacher of GCSE Computing
include a basic programming introduction
include strategies to plan, teach and organise GCSE coursework assignments
have an emphasis on hands-on practical workshops
focus on the practical pedagogy of teaching GCSE Computing coursework
deliver time-saving tips and techniques from teaching experiences
enable you to feel confident about teaching GCSE Computing
This course is recommended as preparation for Day 2 'Achieving Success'.
Cost: £173 per person including lunch and refreshments
To guarantee a place email email@example.com
Call Paula or Gill on 01772 326931
Alan O’Donohoe is a Computing at School Master Teacher and Principal Teacher of Computing at Our Lady’s Catholic High School, Preston, an Outstanding school. Alan successfully introduced GCSE Computing in September 2011 and has been supporting and training teachers in other
schools. Alan consistently receives excellent feedback for the courses he leads and has been nominated for teaching awards in recognition of the levels of support he has offered.
Computing at School is endorsed and supported by:
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Alan O'Donohoe [Our Lady's High School]
Alan O'Donohoe is the Principal Teacher of Computing at Our Lady's HS, Preston and Level 2 CAS Master Teacher. His creative approaches to teaching Computing have been graded as 'Outstanding' and he has already achieved excellent results with his GCSE Computing classes. Alan's 'Teach Computing' courses have received the highest levels of feedback.