Tech Week is an initiative to unpack computational thinking and deliver fun activities where students of all abilities will develop their team work, problem solving, and creativity, empathy and communication skills.
Tech Week provides a platform for learning about tech and the exciting rewarding career opportunities in the sector.
Teachers – you don’t have to be a Tech wizard to join in!
Here are 3 comprehensive activities with lesson plans, worksheets, and step by step guides.
Spark your class’s curiosity and ask
“What would you invent using technology to help your community?”
Download the Teachers guide, and worksheet. All submissions received by April 06 will be in with a chance of winning an external hands on tech workshop for your class.
Computational Thinking Challenge
This challenge is designed to unpack computational thinking and is adaptable for all abilities. If your class enjoy it, there is an opportunity to enter the Bebras National Challenge in November 2020.
Tech Week have teamed up with the BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT to bring you the Tech Week Barefoot Computing activities:
⭕ Bug in the Water Cycle
⭕ Code Cracking
⭕ Logical Number Sequences
⭕ Pizza Party Modelling Unit
Barefoot will help you to deliver the curriculum brilliantly with helpful online guides and engaging lessons. Download lessons and resources that unpack computational thinking in almost every subject, saving you valuable time. Barefoot makes computing easy to teach and fun to learn, with or without a computer.
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