Cream of the crop at our computing conference

Our computing conference held in conjunction with CAS Regional Centre for Yorkshire and Humber, will prove to be one of our most exciting and informative events yet. With leading names in computing, we guarantee that there is something for every teacher at every phase.

Check out some of our leading line-up:

Miles Berry

Miles Berry is one of the leading lights at CAS, and is an internationally respected authority on computing education, especially in the primary sector. His keynote and workshop sessions will examine how computing can link to, and underpin, mathematics skills and understanding. 

Chris Sharples

Chris Sharples, a regular presenter at the BETT show, has a wealth of experience and guidance relating to digital leaders. The digital leader scheme involves training students to support teachers, and other students, with technology issues. At Chris’ secondary school they get involved in helping others learn computing and have taken ownership of the excellent Raspberry Pi lab. 

Catherine Elliott

Catherine Elliott is a CAS #include committee member, and is a leading exponent of computing education for students with special educational needs. She has worked in support of special schools and mainstream primary and secondary schools across Sheffield and beyond, and is passionate about creating accessible and appropriate learning opportunities – the subject of her session.

Sue Finnigan

Sue Finnigan is a highly experienced e-safety consultant, working on behalf of CEOP and safeguarding teams in South Yorkshire. She is the co-author of an innovative program of study that integrates e-safeguarding into computing, PSHE and more.

 

The team at Yorkshire and Humber CAS are working hard to support computing teachers across the region. Based within the University of York, they bring a wealth of subject knowledge and a detailed understanding of teachers’ needs. Expect fun, insightful sessions delivering a mixed bag of classroom resources and teaching approaches.

Book now and don’t miss your chance to develop new teaching and learning strategies as well as building a network of support with other attendees, and gain access to a wide range of resources and CPD.

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