A free CPD workshop for A-level teachers
Date: Wednesday 3rd July (9:00-15:00)
The University of Bath is delighted to announce a free teacher training event focused on object-oriented programming. This is the first of a new series of events hosted by the University of Bath as part of the Isaac Computer Science events programme, a nationwide programme of events for A-level teachers and students.
The training is for classroom teachers who already teach Computer Science at AS/A level, or who want to improve their skills in order to start teaching A level Computer Science.
The training workshop will take place at the Engine Shed in Bristol. It is a repeat of the session that ran on 31 January 2019 at the Raspberry Pi Foundation in Cambridge.
Topic: Object-oriented programming
Equipment Required: A fully charged laptop (plus charger) with a Python 3 IDE installed.
Experience Level: As this is a course for teaching Computer Science at AS/A Level, some experience of Python is needed.
Outcomes: You will create a working, teachable example to take back to your classroom that will allow you to explain and demonstrate the key concepts of OOP, including classes, objects, and inheritance.
If you have any queries please contact: [email protected]
To book your place on this event please use the following link:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/isaac-comp ... 919500867