We often joke that children know more about computers than adults; this can lead to a crippling lack of confidence among teachers, and the issue has been exacerbated by the 2014 Curriculum’s shift in focus away from traditional software literacy, towards programming and computer science.
This on-demand short course costs just £99+VAT for a school-wide licence, providing 30 days access to every member of staff in your school.
For further information on how to purchase this training, please take a look at the 'About on-demand training' section below.
We live in a computer-based world. It is absolutely vital that our children understand how computers work, how to use them, and how to stay safe around them. But many schools struggle with the National Curriculum because of teacher confidence and a lack of equipment; they also have less time to teach the traditional software literacy that is so important for research and presentation across the rest of the curriculum.
This one-hour on-demand course looks at the difference between the programming of ‘computer science’ and the software fluency of ‘digital literacy’, and suggests a range of ways to push standards up in both without drowning in the ‘fear’! The training will:
The school-wide licence for this short course costs just £99+VAT and provides access to every member of staff at your school.
By purchasing this on-demand training:
How to purchase:
To buy a school-wide licence for this short course, please click one of the 'Add To Basket' buttons below and complete the checkout process to place your order. You will receive an automated email with further instructions on how to provide access to the rest of the staff at your school.