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Computing Conference! 24th February 2018 with Ofsted! For anyone who teaches computing!

Computing Conference! 24th February 2018 with Ofsted! For anyone who teaches computing!

We are running our annual teachers' conference on the 24th February 2018. THIS IS THE FLYER. You need to book a place for £35 on eventbrite!!! The flyer gives you the link! John Nixon, Computing Lead at Ofsted is providing our keynote. This is the only conference he is scheduled to present at this year!! At the conference, you can create your own day of CPD. For beginners, intermediates and more experienced teachers of computing. For primary and secondary teachers, trainees as well as in-service and out of school educators. SEND workshops, A level workshops - all you can think of. We are even making a swarm of fireflies out of 200 micro bits and have drones too! 9:10 registration, 9:45 Ofsted Keynote, 10:20 1st workshop, 4:15 finishes Gladesmore Community School, South Tottenham, N15 6BF (Victoria line) Just £35 to cover lunch/admin Select from 30 HANDS-ON workshops Unplugged, Scratch, Minecraft, Python, HTML, C#, MicroBit and more Sessions include: Advanced Python - Sue Sentance, Stride - Michael Kölling, Machine Learning - Paul Curzon, Primary Assessment - Phil Bagge, Minecraft - Simon Johnson (CLCSimon), NEWLY ADDED Secondary - Craig ‘n’ Dave Sign up here https://tinyurl.com/CASLondon-Conf-2018 #casconf2018 CAS London​ coordinates Computing At School activities in London. CAS London is run by King’s College London and Queen Mary University of London. http://www.computingatschool.org.uk/crcs/london @cas_london_crc email caslondon@computingatschool.org.uk
jlisaw8
Algorithms, Maths & micro:bit: 5 fun coding activities

Algorithms, Maths & micro:bit: 5 fun coding activities

5 fun activities exploring the micro:bit, mathematics, and algorithm creation in Python and JavaScript Blocks. This short activity booklet explores the use of computing in order to calculate mathematical constants and carry out advanced mathematical functions. This could be used as an introduction to algorithms or mathematics & computing. In these activities we will use Python and JavaScript Blocks to calculate Pi & e, as well as creating a function to calculate factorials. Along the way we will learn a number of key skills: - Introducing & breaking down problems and algorithms - Solving and re-arranging equations - Real-world use of computing - Introduction to mathematical constants - Coding in Python & JavaScript Blocks - Utilising key equations for geometry & shapes - Memory issues & efficiency - Coding Skills: - Variables - Loops - Conditions - Advanced mathematical functions
rlowe0008
Digital Skills

Digital Skills

A collection of digital skills progression documents and lessons. Learn unplugged coding, blogging and iMovie skills.
ferrycaptain
Let's Start Coding: Programmer's Notebook for Grades 6-8

Let's Start Coding: Programmer's Notebook for Grades 6-8

The Let's Start Coding Programmer's Notebook contains real-life application questions pertaining to how real, typed code is used in the world around us. The Programmer's Notebook also contains a C++ code cheat sheet for students to use in identifying correct functions and statements. The Programmer's Notebook also has an alphabetically arranged coding glossary for students to use to fill out definitions in their own words and to write examples. This resource can be used with or without the Let's Start Coding kits found at www.letsstartcoding.com
LetsStartCoding
Let's Start Coding: Grades 4-5 Programmer's Notebook

Let's Start Coding: Grades 4-5 Programmer's Notebook

The Let's Start Coding Programmer's Notebook contains real-life application questions pertaining to how real, typed code is used in the world around us. The Programmer's Notebook also contains a C++ code cheat sheet for students to use in identifying correct functions and statements. The Programmer's Notebook also has an alphabetically arranged coding glossary for students to use to fill out definitions in their own words and to write examples. This resource can be used with or without the Let's Start Coding kits found at www.letsstartcoding.com
LetsStartCoding
Micro:Bit differentiated worksheets - Year 7/8

Micro:Bit differentiated worksheets - Year 7/8

PLEASE LEAVE A REVIEW! Six lessons worth of content, each lesson has a high, medium and low ability worksheet and each lesson gets progressively harder. Most projects work with the block editor or touch develop. These worksheets have been printed and laminated and pupils choose the worksheet based on their ability.
gemw444
Microbit Unit of Work

Microbit Unit of Work

This Unit of Work includes 10 lessons worth of Microbit programming skills and knowledge. Each lesson has a PowerPoint presentation to go with it, with all other resources also included as Word documents. All resources including PowerPoints are numbered to make it easier to follow the unit, and there is also a teacher’s guide included. The Unit begins with an introduction to Microbits, and concludes with revision, end of unit test and DIRT reflection lesson. Topics included are Variables, Selection, Iteration, and various programming challenges in the form of games that the students can create. It also includes the Microbit Board Game project that takes 2 lessons, which is also available from the Programmer’s Paradise shop on TES Resources. A homework is also included, where the students can create a program using printed code blocks, cut and stick them onto the other half of the paper. This can be used after the first couple of lessons, or later if they are less familiar with the concepts.
MrHawes8
Microbit Programming Assessment

Microbit Programming Assessment

Included is an assessment for the end of a microbit programming unit. Topics included variables, selection, definite and indefinite iteration. The test also includes specific practical knowledge of programming using microbit blocks.
MrHawes8
Microbit Revision Lesson

Microbit Revision Lesson

This presentation is to be used for revising programming concepts such as variables, selection, iteration using the microbit. There are tasks included such as creating definitions, thinking about how to program a certain game and a Kahoot quiz (link included on the powerpoint).
MrHawes8
Microbit Iteration Lesson 2

Microbit Iteration Lesson 2

This resource is a PowerPoint presentation that helps to reinforce definite vs. indefinite iteration, and also includes instructions for creating a game for the microbit. Complete code blocks shown in the PowerPoint.
MrHawes8