Free teaching & learning
with iPad event

Everyone can code:
Teaching coding with iPad

Museum of London (London Wall)
28th September 2018 from 10:00am - 3:30pm

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Code powers the world around us. Apple’s Everyone Can Code approach to teaching pupils the fundamentals of coding is a way of engaging pupils and ensuring progression in the primary computing curriculum. This day will explore how you can use Apple’s extensive resources and a range of free apps, including Apple’s Swift Playgrounds to teach the computing curriculum effectively.

You will also experience how pupils can be engaged with physical computing by using drones and robots.

The day will cover:

  • Progression from KS1 - KS2 in coding and computation thinking skills on iPad
  • Physical control using drones and robots
  • Assessing computing skills with iPad
  • Linking computing concepts to early learning goals
  • Take-away resources for use in school

This event is FREE to attend and includes lunch

During this event we will also introduce and demonstrate some of the great new education features now available in iOS 12 as well as the Apple Classroom and Apple Schoolwork apps.

Presenter

Christian Turton

Christian Turton

Christian is an Apple Education Trainer and Teaching and Learning Consultant for London CLC, part of Education Development Trust.

Christian has a wide ranging experience of supporting schools to successfully use iPad. Christian believes in a sustained, evidence based approach to integrating technology in a way that supports a schools’ teaching and learning goals and development plan.

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Location

Museum of London

Museum of London
150 London Wall
London, EC2Y 5HN
Visit the Museum of London website for travel
and other information: www.museumoflondon.org.uk

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