A Full Day MasterclassBelinda Blackburn

(Registrations are now CLOSED)

 

Presenter:
Belinda Blackburn

Objectives:

  • to understand how to use the Makey Makey and Scratch
  • to learn about the Makey Makey, circuits and Scratch and how to enrich your English lessons
  • to know about programming in Scratch, using circuits with the Makey Makey
  • to experience hands on experience of doing an interactive STEM project
  • to develop understanding of digital technologies and algorithms

AITSL Standards:
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

Requirements:
Participants are expected to bring and work on their own computer.
Participants will require their own Scratch Teacher Account. You must set this up well in advance as it can take a several days to receive your verification.

WiFi access will be provided at the venue.

Intended Audience:
Anyone with an interest in learning more about Makey Makey and Scratch.

Group Size:
15 tickets will be available.

Outline:
Saturday the 31st of August
8:30am – Registration
9:30am –
10:00am – Morning Tea (provided)
10:20am – 
12:00pm – Lunch (provided)
12:45pm – 3:45pm – 

 

Location:
Bunbury Primary School Room: TBA

Parking:
Plenty of parking is available in and around the school, including staff car park and adjacent grass area.

About the Presenter:
Belinda Blackburn is the STEM Specialist at Warnbro Primary School.  Belinda is passionate about inspiring, engaging and empowering people through STEM, fuelling sparks of curiosity in the classroom that build strong, lifelong connections with the wonder, ingenuity and dynamic possibilities of STEM.

Belinda Blackburn is also a “Teachers Can Code” teacher who believes in the importance of building teacher capacity through empowering teachers through their own teacher professional learning communities.

Tickets for the Bunbury Masterclasses may be selected at http://bit.ly/ECAWA2019Carnival_BunburyTickets
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Join Belinda Blackburn at the ECAWA 2019 Carnival of Computing  on Saturday the 31st of August.

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