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A New Subject in a New Curriculum: Exemplifying Computing Science in Scottish Schools using Scratch

Presenter(s): Jeremy Scott (GB)

Summary: To reinvent our subject, jordan sale we must provide cheap nfl jerseys learners with an experience of Computing Science (CS) that’s accessible and exciting. Over the last three years, Jeremy Scott has led a national project to exemplify the teaching of CS in Scottish schools using cheap ray bans Scratch. His curricula wholesale nfl jerseys draw upon the latest pedagogical research to deliver cheap ray bans the subject in a way that’s relevant to learners’ own com digital lives.

Type of participation: Talk

Learning with Scratch

Presenter(s): Carlos Luís (PT)

Summary: Our challenge was to develop basic skills in reading, writing, calculating and use of information / communication technology with pedagogical innovations for adults who do not have basic education skills. Interdisciplinary and complementarity assumed a particular teaching experience, with a focus on the use of Scratch to simplifies the creation and manipulation of stories.


Type of participation: Talk

EU Code Week

Presenter(s): Alessandro Bogliolo (codeweek.eu, IT)

Summary: 1 week, 38 countries, 3000 activities, 100 000 + participants : EU Code Week 2014 was the biggest celebration of coding across Europe ! EU Code Week is returning this year from 10-18 October 2015, offering even more events for all kinds of groups: from beginners to advanced coders, for everyone from job-seekers looking to learn a new skill to robot fans and girl geeks.

Type of participation: Talk

Africa Code Week 2015

Presenter(s): Roger-Cyr Aplogan (FR)

Summary: Following on from success of last year’s EU Code Week, the initiative is now extending to Africa. From 1-10 October 2015, children and young people are invited and encouraged to experience coding and strengthen their digital skills. NGOs and partners from industry, including key partner SAP, will organise coding workshops with various learning material (incl. Scratch) across 10 African countries.

Type of participation: Talk

Scratch acivities in Hungary

Presenter(s): Zsuzsa Pluhár (HU)

Summary: Scratch is one of the possible tools to learn and teach computational thinking. We have more activities to support teachers and kids using Scratch. We would like to present you our teacher training activities and our tutorials not only for jung programmers but for kids with human interest too and about an Scratch competition for girls in a special program together with an foundation called Skool.

Type of participation: Talk

Scratch Teachers in Estonia

Presenter(s): Olga Mironova (EE)

Summary: We cheap ray bans provide examples of cheap oakleys different school lessons using Scratch made oakley outlet by teachers, who finished the course ‘Fundamentals of Application Development and Programming’ at Tallinn University of Technology. Their experience cheap jerseys in applications Biz development and teaching pupils. Methodical and didactic problems and tasks.

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A bear called Babbage: the story of the Raspberry Pi community

Presenter: Clive Beale (GB)

Summary: In three years Raspberry Pi has sold over 5 million computers. But behind the hardware lies one of the strongest, proactive and most respected communities in computing education and the creative maker movement. This is the story of how we built the Pi community and, more importantly, how the community built us.

Type of participation: Talk