We will discuss the purposes of different approaches to coding and the ways these can be implemented across the curriculum, particularly in STEM disciplines.
This module will incorporate elements from the Teachers can Code program and build upon this with the perspective of teaching Digital Technologies at a high school level in the Pilbara.
We will also have look into modern, technology-assisted teaching practices, including the use of Learning Management Systems and the benefits of creating online video.
- to understand the outcomes of the Digital Technologies curriculum for high school students
- to learn about Scratch and Micro: bit and their uses
- to experience using Scratch and Micro: bit to solve problems relevant across the STEM fields
- to develop skills relating to coding and teaching of coding in a high school setting.
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 welcome to bring their personal device.
WiFi access will be available at the venue for Education Department employees.
Those interested in the Secondary Years
25 tickets will be available.
Saturday the 15th of June
10:00am – Morning tea (provided)
12:00pm – Close
*Please note that if you book both the Morning Masterclass and the Afternoon Masterclass your lunch will be provided.
Karratha Senior High School Room: TBA
Free parking at the front of school
About the Presenter:
Zac Matthews is a Lead Teacher in the Teachers Can Code initiative and has spent the past few years developing teaching and learning programs for the Digital Technologies curriculum. He runs an educational YouTube channel and enjoys creating code-based solutions to his daily problems.
In 2019 Zac has also taken the lead in the implementation of BYOD at Karratha Senior High School and is currently exploring the myriad of ICT resources available for use across the school.
Tickets for the Karratha Masterclasses may be selected at http://bit.ly/ECAWA2019Carnival_KarrathaTickets
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Join Zac Matthews at the ECAWA 2019 Carnival of Computing on Saturday the 15th of June.