Computing Science in Primary, Old Braeside School, Wednesday, 21. November 2018

Learning Contract
Aberdeen City Council – Education and Children’s Services
 





Event Title


Computing Science in Primary




Focus Area


Computing Science




Commissioned By


Eilidh McKay - Education Support Officer (Learning Technologies)




Date of event


Wednesday 21st November 2018




Time of event


16:00-17:30




Venue


Old Braeside School Training Room




Target Personnel


First and Second Level Education Staff




Maximum no of participants


20




Minimum no of participants


5




Course Content/Objectives


A hands-on session with a focus on the Curriculum for Excellence Computing Science Benchmarks. This session is designed for practitioners with limited experience in delivering computing science as part of the curriculum. The session will explore how you can deliver these experiences and outcomes with or without technology, and will develop your skills in and understanding of computing science.




Outcomes sought



To develop understanding of the Computing Science Experiences and Outcomes
To develop learning and teaching of Computing Science





How does it link to the standards


2.1.4 - Have secured knowledge and understanding of current guidance on the use of digital technologies in schools and know how to use digital technologies competently to enhance teaching and learning.
3.1.3 - Skilfully deploy a wide variety of innovative resources and teaching approaches, including digital technologies and, where appropriate, actively seeking outdoor learning opportunities.
3.2.1 - Enable learners to make full use of well-chosen resources, including digital technologies to support teaching and learning.





Wednesday, 21. November 2018, Old Braeside School, Computing Science in Primary

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