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Mission Encodeable's free programming resources

When 17 Apr 2024 Start16:00 End17:00
Organised by Becci Peters
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Thematic Community

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This session offers a unique opportunity to hear from two A-level computer science students. Anna Wake and Harry Wake from Mission Encodeable will be discussing their views and insights on how we can make learning to code more engaging for young people. In this session, they will:

  • offer some top tips on how you can make your programming lessons more interesting.
  • demonstrate how to teach fundamental programming contexts with real-life scenarios, for instance, how programming can be used to tackle climate change.
  • showcase Mission Encodeable, the website they've created that takes students from knowing nothing about programming in Python to being able to answer high-demand GCSE programming questions. It's completely free to access, very popular with students, and includes lots of interesting, real-world projects.

You'll also learn how to get the most out of Mission Encodeable's free resources for teachers, and start using it with your students. There'll be a chance to ask questions and share ideas directly with the rest of the community. 

Everyone is welcome, and we're looking forward to seeing you there!

For further information

Becci Peters