iCT4 are pleased to announce the first ever Crumble Controller Day at Trevenson House.
The Crumble Controller is a proven teaching and learning resource specifically aimed at KS2 Computing Curriculum. It can be as simple or as challenging as you wish to make it, depending on age , needs and abilities of your children. It is great for covering multiple Computing Curriculum objectives alongside many other key curriculum areas (particularly STEM).
The first full-day CPD session takes place on Wednesday 5th February 2020. Numbers per session are limited to eight attendees so early booking is recommended. Extra sessions will take place later in the Spring Term. The session will cover the basics of the kit, including hardware, wiring, software, coding and programming and will focus on a range of different input and output types.
The aim of this day is to provide you with the know-how to confidently use this kit with your class. This is a full hands-on day with 1-to-1 kits and components on hand to give you the maximum amount of experience. You'll even have a free kit and full teaching resources to take away with you!
The cost per person is £80 for CAPH members quoting ‘CAPH Newsletter’. This price includes lunch and your free starter kit.
To register your interest please see our Facebook page, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We anticipate high demand for these sessions so will use a first-come-first-serve policy for applicants but will try to provide sessions for everyone.
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