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CAS(NI) 4th Annual Conference

CAS(NI) 4th Annual Conference
On behalf of Computing At School and the Network of Excellence CAS(NI) 4th Annual Conference Friday June 23rd, 2017 from 9:00AM to 3:15PM Hosted by CAS Northern Ireland 'Ready for the classroom' – Presentations and workshops tailored for Primary and Post-primary Teachers, Educators and IT support staff. Keynote Speaker: Simon Humphreys National Coordinator for Computing at School and developer of the CAS/BCS Network of Excellence for Computer Science Teaching CAS Northern Ireland Workshops available for teachers from all levels. Project Quantum with Miles Berry Barefoot-Computational Thinking Scratch Maths Developing essential programming skills and supporting the effective transition from block to text based programming languages PwC Hive Hackers – The future of Primary School coding An introduction to Python programming Code Club BBC micro:bit projects for KS2/KS3 Advanced Scratch and using the Dr. Scratch analysis tool Java in a nutshell Code Club HTML and CSS projects PwC Hive Tech Academy – Innovating Year 9 and Year 10 students through technology Quickstart Computing Stephen Howell – Teaching computational thinking with Minecraft (Education Edition), Microsoft Makecode and micro:bit wearables 028Educate – Effectively identify and squash your bugs using industrial techniques BBC Bitesize – Learn about the innovative programme of study that has been developed by the BBC to support the new Digital Technology GCSE. HOST I.Bell@stran.ac.uk Stranmillis University College (Central Building) For further information: Irene Bell (I.Bell@stran.ac.uk) Electronic Privacy Computing At School (CAS) communicates with its interested parties by email. I understand that CAS will not pass on my email address to other organisations. Data Protection Act 1998 CAS as part of the BCS Group will hold your personal data on its computer database and process it in accordance with the Act. This information may be accessed, viewed and used by CAS for administrative purposes and conducting market research. All of these purposes have been notified to the Commissioner. If you are based outside the European Economic Area (the 'EEA'), information about you may be transferred outside the EEA in accordance with the requirements of the Act. Full legal and privacy notices: http://www.bcs.org/category/5655

at Stranmills College Theatre
Stranmillis Road
Belfast, United Kingdom

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