CAS North East and Barefoot Computing Regional Conference 2015 Resources

The resources below are from sessions at the CAS North East and Barefoot Computing Regional Conference at Newcastle University, 25 March 2015 (in alphabetic order of speaker).

Programming and Computational Thinking Unplugged
Paul Curzon, Queen Mary University of London
Planning and progression at Key Stages 2 and 3
Mark Dorling, Coordinator of the CAS Master Teacher Programme, CAS
How the digitally illiterate are failing young people (KS1, KS2, KS3)
Simon Finch, NorthernGrid eSafety Officer, NorthernGrid for Learning
Disney Pseudocode - from animation to programming and back again (KS1, KS2)
Claire Graham, North Tyneside CLC
Closing Address
Simon Humphreys, CAS National Coordinator
Data Representation - Getting to Grips with Binary Numbers at KS3 & KS4
Jeanette Patterson, CAS Regional Coordinator, Kings Priory School
The CPU unplugged (KS3, KS4)
Paul Robson, CAS Master Teacher, Cramlington Learning Village
Effective teaching strategies to encourage computational thinking at primary
Zoe Ross, Barefoot Computing
Working with databases with Python (KS4, KS5)
Sue Sentance, National Academic Coordinator (Certificate/Research), King's College London
Building on Barefoot and gaining confidence - computer science from early years to lower KS2
Jane Waite, Barefoot Computing
Introduction to Unplugged Programming for Teachers (KS2, KS3)
Dave White, CAS Regional Coordinator and Hub Leader, University College London
North Tyneside's Build-IT Initiative (physical computing and maker activities in KS2 and KS3)
Chris Wilde, North Tyneside CLC