Laura is a part of group of dedicated teachers with the objective of creating an inclusive opportunity for learning computer science regardless of gender, race, socio-economic status, SEN or disabilities.
I will be attending this event as a developer considering my interest with feynlabs
More details below
hosted by #include
in partnership with the University of Warwick
9 November 2013 10.00 – 17.00
This is no ordinary hack – instead of creating a piece of software,
the aim is to create resources for use in the teaching of Computer
Science in the classroom.
Teachers, developers and academics will team up to tackle the new
curriculum, sharing their expertise to produce interesting learning
opportunities. We want to support diversity so the resources should
aim to be inclusive for as many students as possible.
£8 per ticket including lunch and refreshments
10.15Welcome and explanation of the day – Laura Dixon and Carrie Anne Philbin
10.30Keynote presentation – Anastasia Beaumont-Bott of TOTKO
10.45Keynote presentation – Mark Dorling
11.15Coffee and team organisation
Hack the Curriculum
16.00Presentations and judging
We look forward to seeing you. Please bring your own laptop or tablet.
Room details and directions will be confirmed via email nearer the event.
Registration page - Hack the curriculum