When TrilbyTV’s own Neil Emery spotted a tweet from @michaelokaneedu, School Principal, ADE and EU Code Week Ambassador, he reached out and asked if the Computing content Michael had created could be shared to the TrilbyTV community and beyond.
Twitter is an amazing tool for CPD with some of the UK’s leading educators regularly sharing content, tips and ideas. Neil explains…”I saw Michael’s tweet and loved the content he had created. The way the computing terms were explained in non-techy language really worked well and the real-world examples helped them make sense to me.”
Editable Coding Wall Display in Pages
For #CodeWeek, here’s an editable coding wall display in Pages that you can download and display for your students giving them the opportunity to learn about key concepts of coding and computational thinking.
— Michael O'Kane (@michaelokaneedu) September 28, 2019
Neil asked Michael if he thought the wall display would work well if converted to a set of slides and used on digital signage. Being an all-round great guy, Michael said yeah of course and generated a set of widescreen images suitable for on-screen display.
Celebrate #CodeWeek and Download Michael’s Slides
To celebrate #codeweek, 5-20 October 2019 TrilbyTV has wrapped up Michael’s slides into a nice download and we’re happy to share this as far and wide as possible.
👉Click here to grab the slides (PowerPoint & Keynote in a zip)
We’d love to see these in action on your screens, so when they are up and running please do tweet and include @trilbyTV along with @michaelokaneedu and @CodeWeekEU
Use These Slides on Your School’s Digital Signage
You can find out more about code week at https://codeweek.eu/ and of course, you can also grab a trial of TrilbyTV which is the BEST way to get these slides up and running on your school’s digital signage.