Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance
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Oxfordshire Primary Computing Network

 

123ICT are pleased to be working in collaboration with OTSA to help establish and facilitate a Professional Network for Primary Computing Coordinators in Oxfordshire.  

 

This network will create a forum for discussion with fellow coordinators, and provide opportunities to discover new teaching resources and ideas, as well as the chance to try out some new technology.  

 

Our network needs you to engage with it to help it to grow. 

 

Contact Nick Speller if you'd like to get involved!

 

Dates for your diary:

Monday 24th September 2018

Focus theme: Controlling Devices

Location: Mabel Prichard Special School, Oxford, OX4 6JZ* (*Secondary School site)

 

Hands on play with a range of cheap classroom programmable hardware from MicroBits to Crumbles.  Compare these with other control devices such as the Sphero and LEGO WEDO.   

 

Time to try a number of devices and a number of simple primary school programming languages on a range of devices to help you decide a direction for your school's hardware development.  Bring a laptop!

 

Register your place HERE so we know who to look out for!

 

 

 

 

 

The following are suggested topics for future dates, but all are open for change as the meetings take shape...

Thursday 1st November 2018

Focus theme: Assessing Computing

Location: TBC

 

Share ideas of what we are currently using for assessment of Computing.  A look at best practice guidance and what's available online.

 

Wednesday 30th January 2019

Focus theme:  Online Safety

Location: TBC

 

How to tackle Online Safety from Foundation-stage to Year 6.  The current messages and areas to focus support on as identified by CEOP and the 360 Degree Safe team and the UK Safer Internet Centre.

 

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