Claire Graham, North Tyneside CLC
The computing curriculum is establishing itself in our schools, but for many students it is also an opportunity to work on, enhance and generalise communication skills whilst accessing tasks from the computing curriculum. So, via a variety of fun, unplugged activities, how can we support those students with additional needs to understand and get the most from the opportunities that the computing curriculum has to offer? Come ready to join in and leave with practical ideas to try yourself! The presentation for this session is at: https://goo.gl/Se3qIu .
Claire Graham's biography
Claire is an experienced School Improvement Advisor with a Primary teaching background. She is CAS Master Teacher 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. Her current practitioner research focuses on the use of computational thinking in non-stem subjects.
Relevant Key Stages: KS1, KS2, KS3
Room: BSTC 1.48 - seminar room, 1st floor, Barbara Strang Teaching Centre
Back to conference page ...