Computer Science Workshops

A range of Workshops are available to improve the engagement and impact of your course delivery. Delivered by an experienced specialist with high quality resources and a collection of geeky equipment. Tell me more…

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Homebrew 8-bit Computers

Students can learn from a specially designed 8-bit computer. This ridiculously simple computer has been designed specially to make systems architecture & low level programming easy to learn.

Logic Circuits

Students can experiment with a range of logic circuits ranging from a simple NOT gate up to a 64 bit adder.

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Computer Science Workshops

A range of Workshops are available to improve the engagement and impact of your course delivery. Delivered by an experienced specialist with high quality resources. Tell me more…

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Homebrew 8-bit Computers

Students can learn from a specially designed 8-bit computer. This ridiculously simple computer has been designed specially to make systems architecture & low level programming easy to learn.

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Logic Circuits

Students can experiment with a range of logic circuits ranging from a simple NOT gate up to a 64 bit adder.

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Current Workshops

Cyber Security


History of Personal Computing


Games Development


Network Engineer


3D Modeling


Stop Motion Animation


Logic & CPUDesign


2D Animation


Systems Architecture & Hardware


Workshops can be tailored to the needs of your class. Each workshop can be delivered to students from KS3 to KS5.


Location


Computerteacher is available in the West Midlands area.
Currently operating in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Birmingham and Staffordshire


Teaching Experience


Computerteacher has been working as a teacher for 23 years.


Qualifications


Degree in Computing Mathematics & PGCE

Available as full day sessions (£350) or half day sessions (£200).

Portable Computing Museum


Bring a collection of Computing artifacts to your school and bring your subject to life..


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Experience Machine Code
On the machine that started the Microcomputer revolution


The Altair 8800 was the computer that Bill Gates wrote a computer language for in 1975. He then dropped out of University and called this new company Micro-soft


Intel 8080 Processor
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Students can learn to write CPU instructions in binary.

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Contact Computerteacher now with details of what you need and when.