Using Makey Makey to Enrich the Primary Curriculum
7th October 2015
Manston St James Primary Academy, Sandbed Lane, Crossgates, Leeds LS15 8JH
An Introduction into the use of Makey Makey to enhance and support the teaching of the Primary Curriculum. Thinking of purchasing new computing equipment? Not sure how to make computing exciting?
In this hands on introductory session you will be shown the Makey Makey hardware and given ways you can use this exciting resource to enrich and deliver the computing and wider primary curiculum.
Sam is a Primary School teacher who has a passion for computing. He has been the computing coordinator for 4 years. He became a CAS master teacher in order to help support staff at his own school, and within the wider school community develop their implementation of the new computing curriculum. He has run a run a Code Club and believes that computing should be accessible to all and fun!
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