Helping Schools to Deliver the New Computing Curriculum Successfully- Yvonne Walker
Computing at School
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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CAS Hub Champion / National
Helping schools to deliver the new computing curriculum
What is CAS? Why you should join us?
Free to join!
Peer networking opportunities – online
and face to face through Hubs
Resources for teaching and learning
Forums for discussion- eg no question
Section for regional Hubs
Events section for CAS and other
Expires 30th March
WHAT IS A CAS HUB?
A CAS HUB IS A MEETING OF TEACHERS
WHO WISH TO SHARE THEIR IDEAS FOR
DEVELOPING THE TEACHING OF
COMPUTING IN THEIR SCHOOLS, THEIR
CLASSROOMS AND THEIR COMMUNITY. IT
IS A MEETING OF LIKE-MINDED
INDIVIDUALS WITH THE GENERAL
OBJECTIVE OF SUPPORTING EACH OTHER
AND THE SPECIFIC AIM OF PROVIDING (AT
LEAST) ONE IDEA THAT CAN BE TAKEN
AND TRIED IN THE CLASSROOM.
Hub map: http://bit.ly/14mIpbD
A Hub provides opportunities to have:
• Face to face networking with peers in the area over
a cup of tea or coffee
• Open discussion of shared issues, such as how to
introduce the new computing curriculum,
• Taster CPD sessions where programming languages
and tools are demonstrated,
• Sharing of learning and resources which should help
teachers in their day to day work.
Why should teachers attend a Hub meeting?
Interested in becoming a CAS Hub?