Scratch - A Bit Harder 2016
Scratch - A Bit Harder
Outline of the session:
Building on the success of our Introduction to Scratch, we are proud to introduce our half day Programming Scratch 2.0 for Upper KS2. This course is designed for Key Stage 2 teachers who are looking to engage their student’s basic programming skills by creating simple computer games. This course will enable students to produce more complex outcomes at the level required at the end of Key Stage 2.
This half day course will start by briefly revisiting the basic functions of Scratch. You will then look at the progression needed and examples of how Scratch could be used to teach programming at Key Stage 2. The course is delivered to small groups allowing for plenty of support from the course leader.
The course aim is to build upon existing Scratch knowledge giving further examples of programming language and how it can be used to support the Computing Curriculum.
At the end of the session you will be able to:
- Explore how Scratch can be used to deliver the Computing Curriculum
- Develop a working understanding of progression with Scratch
- Complete practical activities, exploring programming using Scratch at Key Stage 2
- Develop more advanced Scratch coding skills that allow upper Key Stage 2 pupils to produce complex outcomes
- Use the online tool for sharing pupils’ work
This course is for teachers that have used scratch with pupils who want to extend their knowledge further. Delegates are expected to have a good basic understanding of Scratch 2.0. For those who are completely new to Scratch, please consider our beginners guide - Introduction to Scratch programming.
This course is intended for:
The course is aimed at all primary school teachers interested in using ICT to promote learning in their classroom.
This is a half day training session.
How to register:
- Online - visit the training page on /training
- Fax - complete the attached booking form and return on 0121 303 3552
- Telephone - contact 0121 303 8001 or 0121 303 5100
Cost: £149.00 per person (£179 for non-subscribing schools)