Planning and progression at Key Stages 2 and 3

Mark Dorling, Queen Mary University of London


Mark will share ideas for the why, how and what of the new computing curriculum and, in particular, what Computational Thinking is and how to integrate it into your pedagogy. Mark will also introduce freely available assessment frameworks to help you understand what progression looks like and how it can be applied to measuring progress of your pupil: from the progression pathways ( to your planning.

Mark Dorling's biography

Mark is a part-time PhD student at Queen Mary University of London under the supervision of Professor Paul Curzon. He is researching the use of concept mapping techniques in Computing education. He is the former National CPD Coordinator for Computing At School (CAS) funded by Department for Education (DfE), but he is probably best known for his work in the Digital Schoolhouse project and authoring/editing the best selling Hodder Education Compute-IT series that gained him both national and international recognition.

Relevant Key Stages: KS2, KS3

Room: CLT 1.01 - 1st floor Claremont Tower - main Computing Science building

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