Hints and tips - 3 minute read
Vinay Thawait – Subject Advisor, Computer Science, IT and iMedia
If you are looking for ideas to keep your students engaged and motivated while schools are closed, I’ve shared some useful resources that I would use as a teacher to help my students to study independently.
Ofqual has recently published awarding grades for vocational and technical qualifications (VTQs) this summer. This includes some of our most popular qualifications, our Cambridge Nationals and Cambridge Technicals.
We will, of course, be providing more guidance in the future to support you.
Keeping up to date can feel daunting – but by taking steps early you can be confident that you will be on top of your planning and preparation for now and September 2020.
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Vinay Thawait - Subject Advisor - Computer Science, IT and iMedia
Vinay joined OCR in July 2014 to support the GQ reform and development of the AS and A Level Computer Science qualifications. Involved in the development of the reformed GCSE (9-1) Computer Science (J276 and J277) and Entry Level Computer Science (R354). Before joining OCR, Vinay spent 20 years in IT and Computer Science teaching and leadership roles, working for several schools as well as local authorities. He was the National Bid Lead for the Building School for the Future initiative (BSF) within Capita IT, and also the Head of Operations for an audio visual educational software development company. Vinay has a degree, three post-graduate masters and NPQH from the Warwick, Coventry and Nottingham Universities.