“Love Computing 2022”, free CPD 10-14 Feb.

Update – scroll down for the slides I presented at these sessions. If you enjoy this content why not buy me a coffee?

I was delighted to present a couple of sessions at this event alongside a wealth of talent, including…

Brochure cover showing vintage picture of woman looking at computer with heart graphics over eyes
Love Computing brochure front cover
  • Marc White, Ofsted National Computing Lead
  • Sue Sentance, Raspberry Pi Foundation
  • Dr Carolina Kuepper-Tetzel, The Learning Scientists
  • William Lau
  • Isaac Computing
  • Raspberry Pi
  • CAS
  • BT
  • Ellie Narewska, Guardian
  • Code Club
  • STEM Ambassadors
  • Quafaro, Cyber security
  • The Centre for Computing History
  • The National Centre for Computing Education plus lots more

See the brochure here, and book here. My two sessions are as follows (scroll past the ad which helps me maintain this blog!):

  • Computing Pedagogy: Hinterland, Misconceptions and Semantic Waves – powerful tools for progress. How reading around the subject can improve your delivery, how “Semantic Waves” improve student understanding, and how misconception-aware teaching gets great results. I explore these pedagogical tools with a focus on how they can be used to great effect in GCSE Computer Science teaching. – Slides now available here and recording below:
  • Networks and System Security for GCSE success. A detailed look at the GCSE Networks and System Security specification and how to teach it. Demystifying client-server and P2P models, network protocols, security threats and countermeasures, helping you confidently teach these topics. – Slides now available here and recording below.

Enjoy, and remember to tip me a couple of quid for a Cappucino with an extra shot… 🙂


By mraharrisoncs

Freelance consultant, teacher and author, professional development lead for the NCCE, CAS Master Teacher, Computer Science lecturer.

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