These resources were presented at the Technocamps “Curriculum for Success” Teachers Conference held at the Liberty Stadium on October 17th 2019. Both primary and secondary resources are available here.
This micro:bit workshop covers areas of the Science and Technology and Mathematics and Numeracy Areas of Learning and Experience. Pupils will learn the basics of block-based programming and how to use conditional statements to make decisions in computer programs. The resource will also allow pupils to create their own mathematics game to help them and their classmates develop their problem … Read More
This activity pack explains how we can use Python to draw shapes and program interesting patterns. We’ll be looking at: – Using turtle to draw shapes – Using Python to draw turtles – Python geometry What you’ll need: – Pen and paper – Scissors – Computer access – Access to Python via edublocks or by installing Python and IDLE