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Training the Trainer Initiatives to Promote Computing amongst Widening Access Participants: The Law of Multiplication in Action Dr Raymond Bond School of Computing and Mathematics. Background: 3 Camps Almost 200 students £50 per head Limitation: No outreach students Solution

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Training the Trainer Initiatives to Promote Computing amongst Widening Access Participants: The Law of Multiplication in Action

Dr Raymond Bond

School of Computing and Mathematics

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Background:

  • 3 Camps
  • Almost 200 students
  • £50 per head

Limitation:

No outreach students

Solution

Bursaries for targeted

schools

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Results

    • They all passed! Attendance was high.
    • Successful award ceremony
    • Outreach participants won prizes for best student
  • But With Limitations:
    • Only 5 Days
    • Not Sustainable
    • Not Scalable
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Results

    • They all passed! Attendance was high.
    • Successful Award Ceremony
    • Highest Achiever attended Monkstown Community High School
  • But Still With Limitations:
    • Not Sustainable
    • Not Scalable
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Jonathan Gracey

Paul McCarroll

Kenneth McLaughlin

Boys’ Brigade, Northern Ireland

Dr Raymond Bond,

Prof. Paul Hanna

Kyle BoydFaculty of Computing and Engineering

the actual course
The actual course
  • Introduction to Web Development
    • Accredited at level 3 by the University of Ulster
    • 5 credits in total
    • 1 assignment submission that you complete throughout the course
resources available to the bb
Resources available to the BB
  • 20 Dell Notebooks
  • 4 3G WiFi Hotspots
  • Web development books
  • Course material, slides and tutorials (dropbox)
  • Demonstrators to assess coursework
  • Awards and Prizes
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Technology Enhanced Learning for Computing Science Education: A Training the Trainer Approach

DrRaymond Bond, Roy Sterritt, Dr George Moore, DrGiuseppe Trombino,

Simon Fraser, Brian Cleland

the actual course1
The actual course
  • Introduction to Technology Enhanced Learning
    • Accredited at level 3 by the University of Ulster
    • 5 credits in total
    • 1 assignment submission that you complete throughout the course
anticipated results
Anticipated Results
  • Pupils will see their efforts in a more productive way
  • Pupils will find working with these devices more appealing when compared to working with black screens
  • Pupils will be more engaged and more likely to learn computer programming in a shorter amount of time
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For introducing programming as part of your IT curriculum how beneficial do you feel the utilization of the following technologies would be?

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Learning to Code With Flying Robots – Training the Trainers

Students can send computer programs in javascriptfrom their computer or mobile plhoneto the quadcopter over a WIFI network

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Further Questions?

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