Computing, understanding and teaching primary programming concepts (Cancelled)

Reason for cancellation
Venue
Webinar, Webinar
venue
Course Tutors
Chris Carter
tutors
Admin Contact
Target Audience
Assistant Headteachers / Classroom Teachers / Deputy Headteachers / Early Career Teachers / Heads of Department/Faculty / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / NQT +1 / Returning Teachers / Subject Leaders
target audience
Course Types
Webinar, Course
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS)
Subject
Technology in Schools
Event Description
The primary computing curriculum expects pupils to have repeated practical experience of writing algorithms and computer programs.

In this online course, we will explain and explore the key programming concepts that pupils should learn as they progress through primary school. This will help teachers understand what they should be teaching and how to introduce the concepts, both away from computers and onscreen using programming tools. We will explore sequence, repetition, selection and variables.

Aimed at the less confident computing teacher, this course will give you the understanding and confidence to tackle the computer science element of the computing curriculum.
Training objectives

  • to explain and explore the key programming concepts in the primary national curriculum

  • to learn about sequence, repetition, selection and variables.

  • explore how to utilise these in unplugged and onscreen activities

Learning outcomes

  • improve understanding of some of the computer science elements of the computing curriculum

  • gain confidence in teaching programming and algorithms from Y1 to Y6

Additional Information
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Start Date
Tuesday 24 November 2020
End Date
Tuesday 24 November 2020
Closing Date
Monday 23 November 2020
Times
09:30 - 11:30
Maximum Places
Maximum places per establishment
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1