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Understanding the Computing POS

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Graham Hastings

on 20 June 2013

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Transcript of Understanding the Computing POS

Guidance notes
Understanding the
Computing POS

These notes have been written for Head teachers, Governors, the SLT and class teachers.
The aim of the document is to demystify the Computing programme of study, dispel fears that it might be difficult to teach and provide some suggestions for its implementation.
Mapping the curriculum
ITT Website
A resource created for Primary schools for Initial Teacher Training to prepare NQTs for the new Computing POS.
An invaluable CPD resource for any teacher new to the teaching of computing.
Computing at School
For free advice, news, CPD and teaching resources sign up to CAS.
Will Computing replace ICT ?
Physical Computing
Tools are being developed to help with planning. They can be used to map computing activities into an existing ICT scheme of work.
They should also be used to identify opportunities to teach computing and computational thinking from within the wider curriculum. Computing provides an excellent context for a STEM and/or a creative curriculum.
Mapping and planning tools will be freely available on the CAS website and represent an excellent starting point.
Commercial teaching schemes are also being written and these will be available from the start of the next academic year.
CPD?
Algorithms!
Unplugged
plugged
or Internet games?
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