Event Detail

2015
16 Nov

MOOC starts: Introducing Computing in your Classroom

Location: Online

Organizer: European Schoolnet Academy

Type of event: training

Target groups: teachers

Topic: STEM

Language of event: English

Technology is everywhere, if we like it or not. And nearly all future jobs require us to understand it. To respond to this, governments are including computing in national curricula for students of all ages. In the UK already every primary school teacher has to teach computing concepts and in many other countries more and more of us will be required to teach computing or at least integrate computing concepts, ideas and processes into our teaching. So let's get ready for this.

If you are a primary or secondary school teacher who needs ideas, tools or resources on how to teach computing, this MOOC is here to help you. The course is designed as an introductory course, for you to use as a starting point to explore some of the ideas and tools further. It is relevant to primary and secondary school teachers of all levels of experience. A basic amount of knowledge on operating computers and other technology devices is expected but you don't need prior knowledge of computing. The course lasts for 5 weeks and requires around 3 hours of work per week.

The course has been designed by teachers for teachers and will feature interviews, presentations, and activities from teachers, professors, students and computing professionals.

URL: http://www.europeanschoolnetacademy.eu/web/introducing-computing-in-your-classroom

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