The New Computing Curriculum Conference(CAR1303)

Provider: Southend Education Trust
£90.00 (no VAT on this item) for non-members
£75.00 (no VAT on this item) for members

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Description To be led by Professor Stephen Heppell, the conference will include inspirational speeches reflecting on the two years since the ICT curriculum was scrapped by the Government, and ideas and advice on how to develop teachers’ professional development relating to Computing. The event will also provide the opportunity for teachers to meet professionals and creative practitioners who are able to provide advice and support on different systems and learning platforms (such as the Raspberry Pi), and there will be short workshops where those attending will be able to get hands on with some kit and computer code.
Duration 1 Day
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Southend Education Trust's website

http://carillonstrategic.co.uk/courses/info/the-new-computing-curriculum-conference-car1303
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Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

Target audience
Teachers who are interested in learning more about how to engage and inspire pupils in the new Computing Curriculum (which has replaced ICT), at Key Stages 1 to 3 primarily (although also relevant for KS4).

Aims
The conference will:
• Give teachers direct advice and support on how to develop their own professional practice in teaching Computing at Key stage 1, 2, 3 and 4
• Provide insight and examples of the best current practice relating to the teaching of Computing since the scrapping of the old ICT curriculum
• Enable teachers to meet a range of Computing practitioners and experts, helping schools to make important contacts
• Enable teachers to experience different kinds of technical kit that can be used in the classroom, talking directly to practitioners who can advise on using the kit, working with computer code (for example Python or using Scratch)
• Learn about organisations represented including Heppel.net, NESTA, YoHa, Open Data Association

Approach
During the morning session participants will hear a series of short inspirational speeches lead and introduced by Stephen Heppell, all relating to the developing professional development in Computing and inspiring pupils in the classroom at Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. During the afternoon session there will be a series of workshops which will enable teachers to experience a range of equipment and develop professional contacts and networks.

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About the Facilitator
Stephen's "eyes on the horizon, feet on the ground" approach, coupled with a vast portfolio of effective large scale projects over three decades, have established him internationally as a widely and fondly recognized leader in the fields of learning, new media and technology. Stephen has worked, and is working, with governments around the world, with international agencies, Fortune 500 companies, with schools and communities, with his PhD students and with many influential trusts and organisations. www.heppell.net

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