ICSAT has a number of courses for the Spring term, including one we provide for the Design & Technology Association which is extremely popular. The courses are suitable for colleagues who teach D&T and Computing and cover such devices as PICAXE, Genie, Arduino and the 8 pin & 14 pin Arduino!
Download the latest version of our Pathway to Programmable Components, which now includes mapped programming requirements for KS2, 3 and GCSE D&T.
We will be running a number of workshops, as we move closer to the first cohort undertaking NEA projects, based on this way of working for their GCSE, it is becoming clearer some of the difficulties we face in managing this work.
The workshops are not directed at any particular Awarding Organisation, but will explore ICSAT's approach to writing stimulus materials to help students get quickly started in their decision making and the iterative design process that follows.
Delegates will take away a range of resources developed by ICSAT suitable for working with students in KS3 & 4. These cover a wide variety of design contexts.
iCSAT (IK’sat) is a ‘Hands-on’ Training Company with the express mission to provide Inspirational Support, Advice and Training for Classroom practitioners and Students, which supports and develops high quality classroom experiences and outcomes from KS1 to KS5, in D&T and Computing / ICT.