Project ID - TIS001068
After computer programming club.


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Project offered at

St Ronan's College
LURGAN
BT67 9JW

Contact

Ita Cosgrove

Student Skills

Computer science. Coding ICT Skills Good interpersonal skills. Good Communication skills.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Yr 12/13 students will be introduced to the basics of computer programming using fun and motivational activities.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Development of a short course in computer programming which is interesting and engaging to Year 12/13 pupils. Delivery of a short course in computer programming to Year 12/13 pupils. Development of interpersonal and communication skills.

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