Reserve your place with Professor Tim Bell in one of the three venues he will be presenting in June 2016.
This workshop supports teachers implementing the Digital Technologies subject of the Australian Curriculum .
Tim will present practical and effective ways to teach some core topics and provide evidence for assessment. Suitable for teachers of Years all year levels.
Tim’s approach has been internationally recognised and aligned with the AC Digital Technologies
Professor Tim Bell
University of Canterbury in Christchurch
Tim Bell is a professor in the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. His main current research interest is computer science education; in the past he has been also worked on computers and music, and data compression.
His ``Computer Science Unplugged'' project is widely used internationally, and its books and videos have been translated into about 18 languages. He has received many awards for his work in education, including the ETH (Zurich) ABZ International honorary medal for fundamental contributions in Computer Science education in 2013, and the IITP (NZ) Excellence in IT Education award and the President's Award for Contribution to the IT Profession in 2014. Recently he has been actively involved in the design and deployment of new computer science curriculum in New Zealand high schools.