Starts: 3:30 p.m. Monday 10 August, 2020
Ends: 4:00 p.m. Monday 10 August, 2020
Computers deal with a lot of information. Sometimes errors occur in that information. Find out how computers are able to not only spot errors but often correct them.
During this webinar Karl and Joanne will explore ways in which computers use information to detect and correct errors in files. They will show two unplugged activities that illustrate these concepts, and get students practicing their maths basic facts! Error detection is mentioned in progress outcome 4 but the activities shown in this webinar support younger students also.
This virtual meetup is aligned to the Ministry of Education’s digital technologies implementation support tool and starts at 'now underway'. It supports you to unpack the detail, get organised for change, through being '2020 ready', to 'leading and innovating', by supporting you to feel confident with an Ako style of teaching and learning.
To read more about the Digital technologies implementation support tool click here