Embedding Coding and Computational Thinking across the Curriculum
Building capacity to incorporate coding and computational thinking in the curriculum
The Digital Careers organisation states that students need experience and skills in computational thinking and computer programming (coding) to be successful in their future careers. The NSW syllabus provides a range of opportunities to develop students' understanding of computational thinking and coding. While the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies is not mandated in NSW, the key concepts, content and resources offer inspiration for classroom activities to embed coding and computational thinking.
So how can you deliver this in the classroom? How do you make the links and identify opportunities to teach this as part of the existing syllabus?
This conference provides practical advice on how to apply coding, computational thinking and digital technologies across the curriculum.
Category: Conferences | Education
Standard Rates: AUD 1599
Commercial Solutions Providers: AUD 3499
Speakers: Katrina Falkner, James Curran, Amanda Bowker, Bruce Fuda, Alesha Bleakley, Meridith Ebbs, Paula Christophersen, Leanne Cameron, Jill Wilson, Zeina Chalich, Barbara Hender, Karen Binns, Phillip Cooke, Jake Plaskett, Anna Kinnane, Dr Megan Vazey, Kelly Bauer, Malyn Mawby, Brian Host, Ross Willoughby, Bronwyn Moreton