This MasterClass will give participants the chance to explore the SQLite database engine to deliver ATAR Computer Science.
In this workshop we will start with a brief introduction to SQLite and its power, before diving in and engaging in a number of hands-on activities to see just how easy it is to use.
In developing a simple relational database we will explore how the core concepts from the ATAR syllabus can be implemented.
Once we have developed an understanding of the power of SQLite we will explore how we can combine SQLite with your preferred programming language to develop meaningful, open-ended projects that will extend even the best students.
- To understand how SQLite fits into the ATAR curriculum
- To learn about how SQLite can be used to teach Managing Data in new and interesting ways
- To experience the thrill of developing a database using SQLite
- To develop the skills to confidently use SQLite in the classroom
Consider: 2.1, 2.3, 2.6, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3, 3.4, 4.5, 5.1, 6.2, 6.3, 7.4
Participants are expected to bring their own computers with their preferred development environment installed.
If you are interested in using C# to develop Windows applications, it is recommended that you have Visual Studio Community installed.
WiFi access will be provided at the venue.
Teachers of ATAR Computer Science, anyone interested in using SQLite in the classroom
20 tickets will be available.
Friday the 7th of June
9:30am – Introduction to SQLite
10:00am – Morning Tea (provided)
10:30am – Hands-on activities using SQLite
12:30pm – Lunch (provided)
1:30pm – 3:30pm – Creating realistic, open-ended database development projects
Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont Room: IT Centre
About the Presenter:
Chris Anderson is currently the Head of Computer Science at Christ Church Grammar School and has been teaching ATAR Computer Science since 2008.
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