An Afternoon Masterclass
Hosted by Great Southern Grammar
Darren Kay is pleased to offer training from two modules of the TCC initiative to Public and Independent Schools, at the ECAWA 2019 Carnival of Computing, in Albany.
The first session will be on Data Representation and Abstraction, and the second session on Implementation.
Both sessions are suited to all Digital Technology Teachers (Primary and Secondary).
In the Implementation module, participants will learn
- What is a programming language?
- Critical aspects of programming languages (such as sequencing, branching, iteration).
- What resources exist for visual and text-based programming.
- What are functions and modular code.
- What is object-oriented programming.
- How to unpack the implementation thread of content descriptors.
- We will also demonstrate a range of practical classroom activities.
Please see here for information about the session: Data Representation and Abstraction.
Darren Kay of Denmark District High School
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
Attendees are expected to bring along a Laptop (preferred) or Tablet computer
WiFi access will be provided at the venue. Join GSG-Visitor with email address email@example.com. The password will be provided on the day.
All Digital Technologies Teachers (Primary and Secondary)
25 tickets will be available.
Thursday the 6th of June
12:00pm – Registration
12.30pm – 3.30pm : Implementation (afternoon tea provided)
3:30pm – Close
*Please note that if you book tickets for both the Morning Masterclass and the Afternoon Masterclass your lunch will be provided.
Great Southern Grammar, 244 Nanarup Road,Albany, Western Australia, 6330 Room: FabLab
Parking is available at the rear of the school near the Multi-Purpose Sport Centre. please sign-in at the Administration building as soon as you arrive.
About the Presenter:
Darren Kay is a Lead Teacher from the Teachers Can Code (TCC) professional learning program; a Department of Education initiative to support the implementation of the Western Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies. The program develops teachers’ capacity to integrate Digital Technologies, including coding, into teaching and learning program
Darren is based at Denmark District High School.
Read more about Darren – https://www.linkedin.com/in/darren-kay/
Tickets for the Albany Masterclasses may be selected at http://bit.ly/ECAWA2019Carnival_AlbanyTickets
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Join Darren Kay at the ECAWA 2019 Carnival of Computing on Thursday the 6th of June.