Teesside University
Teesside University
This summer sees Teesside University introducing an exciting range of twilight lectures. These one hour lectures are designed to introduce the audience to developments and research within the subject and will be followed by practical workshops which will allow for discussion, debate and ideas to take back to your institution. at Teesside University

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Programming and algorithmic thinking unplugged

University event offered by Teesside University

Event Summary:

This summer sees Teesside University introducing an exciting range of twilight lectures. These one hour lectures are designed to introduce the audience to developments and research within the subject and will be followed by practical workshops which will allow for discussion, debate and ideas to take back to your institution.

Full Event Details:

Computational thinking is a fundamental skill set that students supposedly learn by studying computing. We will demonstrate how its core ideas and concepts, including programming and algorithmic thinking, can be introduced using cs4fn unplugged activities, games and magic tricks. We will show that computing can be fun for everyone and that it doesn’t have to be taught at a computer.

Suitable For:

Teachers (CPD)

Duration:

Short Session

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Minimum number of students:

1



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