This Masterclass, held at 6pm on February 12th is for Secondary School Computing & Computer Science Teachers and Parents of Home Educated Children supporting the learning of students studying Computer Science at GCSE & A Level.
This training is hosted by Holly Billinghurst of TeachAllABoutIT and is a more in depth and interactive session than the monthly webinars helping you to fully understand and implement the requirements of the topic in your classroom.
On registration, a link to the training room will be provided and emails will be automatically sent to remind you. This is an interactive session, so questions may be asked live during the training, however a recording will only be available to attendees.
The training session will include practical activities and presentations on exam requirements :
Help your students understand the requirements for GCSE & A Level Networking Concepts in Computer Science
Use of online tools to create diagrams to explain wired & wireless networks
Understand how exam boards expect students to describe & explain the use of network hardware
Interactive exam question examples
Implementing active pedagogy – learn like a student!
Tips for teaching networks on a budget
Date: Tuesday 12th February 2019 Times: 1 hour Location: Online Masterclass @ TeachAllAboutIT Price: £15 (£10 for TeachAllAboutIT Members)
All masterclasses are run with accessibility in mind and will include live captions and a workbook to help you make the most of your training. Please get in contact if you require any adjustments to resources or access and I’ll be happy to accomodate.
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