Computing Develop my knowledge of coding and algorithms Develop my confidence teaching computing English Teach phonics Develop my understanding of English terminology Maths Develop my understanding of pedagogy Ensure I don't promote Mathematics Anxiety Science Teach more Science lessons Use Learning Outside the Classroom
Video I have always wanted to be a teacher. I know that sounds like one of those cheesy stereotypical phrases said by everyone doing ITT, but it's true. Despite occasionally imagining myself as a marine biologist, singer, doctor or fairy princess, I have always come back to teaching. Starting a degree surrounded by other people … Continue reading Digital Story
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Computer Science How you would develop a child’s understanding of algorithms in Key Stage 1? Use evidence from you PSKR to support your discussion. Algorithms can be addressed in KS1 in numerous ways including: Unplugged activities through instruction writing and human robots Using floor turtles such as Beebots Code.org 's Hour of Code programe Scratch Screen … Continue reading Computing Scenarios
Following the Computing Subject Knowledge Quiz, I am confident in my knowledge entering the ESKA. However, I aim to work on my terminology and confidence in explaining this to children on Professional Practice.
ATTENDANCE RESPONSE SHEET Planning and assessing is important in all areas of the National Curriculum, however, learning how to plan and adapt learning sequences for different classes and how to interweave assessment is particularly important in Computing. Planning Exercise PED1017 Classroom scenarios PED1017 Computing Session Plan Ecclestone Lane End Primary School TEACHING PLAN PED1017 Computing … Continue reading PED1017 Computing Session 15 – ARS
PED1017 session 14 - Digital art project Using different paint packages to recreate the work of famous artists is an appropriate start for work on digital art as it enables children to familiarise themselves with the tools they can access. Mondrian Modrian uses a large amount of straight lines and a limited colour pallete within … Continue reading PED1017 Computing Session 14