Sue Sentance, King's College London
This workshop is aimed at teachers of Computing at KS4 or above and covers how to use Python to create and access a database. Participants should already be comfortable using basic Python including selection (if), iteration (for and while), lists and functions. Python 3 will be used.
Sue Sentance's biography
Sue has two roles: for Computing At School she runs the BCS Certificate in Computer Science Teaching as well as looking after other research-y type activities; for King's College London, she teaches on the PGCE and Master programmes in Computer Science Education. Together with Adam McNicol she set up the Python School (http://pythonschool.net) website in 2011 which has supported hundreds of teachers in learning to use Python for their teaching.
Relevant Key Stages: KS4, KS5
Room: CLB Mill - 6th floor Claremont Bridge building (also accessible from 6th floor Claremont Tower)
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