Phidgets Inc. will be providing their Getting Started kits at no charge for the first 50 registered and paid conference attendees.
Learn more about Phidgets products and how you can use them to enhance your Computer Science learning environment. (link)
There is an afternoon session by Lucas Pacentrilli to obtain hands-on experience with Phidgets products.
Electro-meters will be donating an Oscilloscope to a school following the Oscilloscope morning session at no charge. (link)
To be eligible for the raffle you must attend the morning hands-on session and provide your school contact information.
When: Saturday February 22, 2020 – ( 8:30am – 4:30pm )
Seneca College, Newnham Campus,
1750 Finch Avenue East, North York, M2J 2X5
Be sure to complete both steps to be fully registered.
Step 1 – Complete your registration form.
Step 2 – Make your payment.
- Early Bird (before February 8, 2020)
- $100 for general attendees
- $50 for student teachers / students and retirees
- After February 8th
- $110 for general attendees
- $55 for student teachers / students and retiree
Parking is available onsite at the Seneca Newnham Campus.
Parking details can be found here.
Payment can be made using a mobile app or you can pay at a kiosk within the building.
2020 Keynote Speakers: Don Mallory and Bronwyn Mallory
You Shared What? Seriously?!
This is that conversation which needs to happen between a parent and their teenage child about the challenges of growing up in an increasingly connected world. We will discuss many privacy and security related decisions and experiences, and the differing perspectives on each. The reality is we don’t know all we think we know – and neither do our teens.
About our Keynote Speakers
Don Mallory has over 25 years of experience in enterprise IT, primarily in critical infrastructure, specializing in operations, data storage, disaster recovery and security for critical infrastructure. Professionally, Don is a Senior Security Analyst in the healthcare sector. He is also involved in various volunteer activities including C3X as a builder and mentor, co-organizer of Hak4Kidz Toronto and the Latow Photographer’s Guild at the Art Gallery of Burlington, where he teaches traditional wet darkroom photography.
Bronwyn Mallory has over 15 years of experience with parents, teachers, siblings and peers. She is passionate about privacy, security, and dance. Bronwyn has performed artistically at the Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton Place and Dusk Dances, and war-walks her neighbourhood when not advising peers about their risky practices online.
We will have something for everyone:
- Integrating an oscilloscope into your classroom activities
- Computer Science Pedagogy sessions
- Cybersecurity – hands-on
- Artificial Intelligence
- Exploring Java 8 features from an Object Oriented perspective
- Computing in K-8 – What does it look like?
- Physical Computing : motors, 3D printing, robotics
- Raspberry Pi demos from the GTA Raspberry Pi Meetup group
Lunch is included in the conference fee.
Consider joining your peers after the conference for a local social event.