Teach Computing in Schools: Creating a Curriculum for Ages 11 to 16

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Learn how to create a successful computing curriculum tailored for your setting

On this course, teachers can discover how to create a computing curriculum for pupils aged 11 to 16, using freely available online resources to complement your existing materials.

Explore how to use the Teach Computing Curriculum (TCC)

The TCC is a completely free resource, designed to help computing teachers plan lessons, homework, and assessments.

It contains everything educators need to teach computing and inspire pupils at key stages 1 to 4, with all of its content created by subject experts informed by the latest thinking.

Adapt the TCC for your computing curriculum

You’ll explore the underlying principles and pedagogical approaches used within the TCC, and understand how you can adapt it for use in your own setting.

As you learn how to integrate the TCC into your own curriculum to fill any gaps, you’ll discover how it can support you in your computing teaching.

Utilise the full range of teaching resources available to you

You’ll develop an assessment strategy that combines the TCC’s assessment materials with your school’s own system, identify how formative assessment can aid your pedagogy, and see how to modify resources to suit the needs of learners in your school.

Create a computing curriculum that suits you

Studying with computing experts at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, you’ll learn how to create a high-quality curriculum for your computing classes, in a way that fits your setting and with a minimal workload.

This course would appeal to all computing teachers at schools teaching 11-16-year-olds, from those that are newly qualified to heads of department.