By challenging students to fix code, rather than write it, Parsons Problems can be a very effective tool to teach how to read and interpret code.
In this talk we will outline how to implement Parsons Problems in the classroom when teaching Digital Technologies.
Those interested in Middle / Upper Primary, Middle Secondary (7 – 9), Senior Secondary (10 – 12)
Bring your own device if you wish. (device optional)
WiFi access will be provided at the venue.
Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont, IT Centre
About the Presenter:
Rob Poulter is a former secondary teacher with over 17 years experience in regional Western Australia, running the gamut of computing subjects from Year 7 Digital Media through to Year 12 Computer Science.
He has a passion for learning at all levels and enjoys engaging with fellow educators running and engaging in professional development, mentoring students ranging from primary to secondary at his local Coder Dojo chapter and developing his own understanding of technology and its intersections with other disciplines such as art and engineering.
Join Rob Poulter and the team from Grok Academy at the ECAWA 2022 State Conference on Thursday the 6th and Friday the 7th of October, 2022