Starts: 4:00 p.m. Monday 27 June, 2022
Ends: 4:45 p.m. Monday 27 June, 2022
Join Tim Bell to learn how to teach computational thinking. These are concepts that you can take back to your tamariki and use immediately. Each session will be recorded for the CS Unplugged at a distance website. This workshop is free and includes a coffee voucher for each session you attend. There are three workshops in total and this is the second workshop of three. You can attend this workshop or all three workshops.
This workshop will cover the following:
Parity magic (a magic trick that demonstrates an important technology right under our noses)
QR Codes (what's going on with these?)
Product code check digits (another "magic" trick that demonstrates a key idea in computational thinking)
CS Unplugged at a Distance is an adaptation of the CS Unplugged activities to support teachers faced with delivering teaching online, and for those delivering professional development virtually, to share the experience of teaching CS Unplugged face-to-face and online. It is a series of learning opportunities to grow your participants' understanding of computer science concepts and how they relate to their world, whether your participants are students in a classroom, or teachers attending professional development.
If you have questions relating to registration, please email firstname.lastname@example.org