With the help of Raspberry Pi and Computing At School (CAS), OCR will present an exciting programme of events at BETT 2013, designed to inspire teachers delivering computing in the classroom.
BETT 2013, one of the largest education technology events in the world, runs from 30 January to 2 February at ExCeL, London.
On 31 January, join us in the BETT Arena for ‘New ways to support computer science in the classroom: Invigorating the Computing Curriculum’. A panel of experts including Dr Robert Mullins, Co-Founder of Raspberry Pi and Bill Liao, Founder of CoderDojo, along with Mark Dorling of CAS, teachers and key OCR staff, will share their ideas to inspire and build confidence in teachers to introduce computing successfully into the classroom.
On Friday 1 February, come and listen to our Learn Live seminar, ‘Delivering Computing in the Classroom with OCR and Raspberry Pi’, which will focus on how Raspberry Pi and new OCR resources can enhance learning. Hear from experienced teachers, members of our resource team and Raspberry Pi’s new Educational Development Director, Clive Beale.
Every day we will be running a “Meet the Experts” programme at stand B240:
OCR staff will also be on hand at stand B240 to answer your questions about OCR’s range of IT and computer science qualifications, including our brand new Entry Level Computing qualification. You’ll also be able to enter our Raspberry Pi competition to be in with a chance of winning 10 Raspberry Pis for your classroom.
For more information, visit www.bettshow.com/. Looking forward to seeing you there!