iPrimary & iLowerSecondary Computing
Course provided by Pearson
About this course
Provided as part of the iPrimary and iLowerSecondary Curriculum Subscription, iPLS Computing, is structured around the iPLS Computing Curriculum and the three broad strands that the curriculum can be broken down into: Computer Science, Information Technology and Digital Literacy.By the end of the session, participants will:- Be able to describe computing and computational thinking- Consider and understand some of the terminology related to computing- Understand what offline computing is- Understand a range of examples in order to develop their students digital literacy skills.This CPD module forms part of the iPLS Curriculum Subscription, and schools following this curriculum can chose this module as one of the four modules they are entitled to each year after their initial iPLS Implementation Training.If you are a school that is only following the iPrimary and iLowerSecondary Computing Curriculum, this professional development module also forms part of your subscription.If you are not currently a school following the iPLS Curriculum, please do get in contact with your local Pearson Representative to learn more.Please click on the ‘Register/Sign In’ to register your interest in booking your iPLS Professional Development. The iPLS PD Manager will be in touch to discuss further.
- Be able to describe computing and computational thinking
- Consider and understand some of the terminology related to computing
- Understand what offline computing is
- Understand a range of examples in order to develop their students digital literacy skills.