Project ID - TIS001107
Coding Club

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Project offered at

Lisnagarvey High School
BT28 1HN


Samantha Black

Student Skills

Computing, Programming

Expected Pupil Outcomes

To be able to perform basic functions with code To understand how adapting code can change the outcome To improve problem solving skills To be able to work independently

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

To be able to use knowledge of coding and explain in an appropriate manner to students of all ability levels Improved time management skills Improved interpersonal skills with the 11-18 age range

Extra Information

To start a coding club with students from Years 8-14 as an introduction to programming.

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