Oxford University Press conducts workshop on computer education
Oxford University Press (OUP) conducts a computational thinking workshop to educate teachers in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi as part of their ongoing program of teacher training and development.
Islamabad: Oxford University Press (OUP) has organized a computational thinking workshop to educate teachers in Lahore, Islamabad and Karachi as part of its ongoing program of teacher training and development. These workshop sessions are designed for teachers using the Oxford International Primary Computing Series, published by OUP.
Oxford International Primary Computing is a comprehensive course consisting of 6 steps. In keeping with the need of today’s digital world, this course is designed to equip students with computer education. This course not only enriches students with digital knowledge but also gives them confidence so that they can apply their knowledge and skills in their real life.
Among the topics covered in the workshop are students’ awareness of how modern technology works, enabling them to understand how creative and analytical work is performed through computer hardware and software. Creating how to safely use the Internet and choosing topics, in addition enables them to do computer programming and improve their thinking as a computer.
The training session was led by Alison Page, who has more than 30 years of experience as a Secondary and Higher Education Computer Science teacher in the UK.
He has also worked for a prominent UK agency for promoting information and communications in education. He is also the author of the Oxford International Primary and Lower Secondary Computing Series.