Claire Graham, North Tyneside School Improvement Service
In this session Claire and Neil will look at a range of unplugged activities to develop computational thinking skills. These will be delivered in an escape room setting to create a lively, engaging environment in which to encourage problem solving. Through the session they will look at how activities can be extended and differentiated to be used across a range of phases.
Relevant Key Stages: KS1, KS2
Claire Graham's biography
Claire is an experienced School Improvement Advisor with a Primary teaching background. She is CAS Community Leader who is currently based in North Tyneside. She teaches across all phases, delivers staff CPD and trains on a number of ITT courses. She has led a Digital Schoolhouse since June 2017 delivering unplugged workshops to local primary schools. She continues to focus on the use of computational thinking in non-stem subjects.
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