I remember a Sunday night, 11th May 2014, there was a discussion on Twitter started by Alex Bradbury questioning the extent to which the Little Man Computer was required for … Continue reading
Teknoteaching: programming in the classroom is the second part of the interview with Neil Brown of University of Kent.
“Raspberry Jamming” is a blog post featuring an interview written up by Neil Brown of University of Kent.
What’s this all about then? The TalkTalk Digital Heroes Awards is a UK scheme for “recognising people who harness the internet to bring about positive social change”. Past winners include Carrie … Continue reading
I consider myself an active member of the Computing At School community, and regularly read and contribute to the forum discussions there. This morning, I had a bit of a … Continue reading
On a busy forum that I subscribe to, a forum member started a very active thread with the question “How do we teach programming in schools?”. Although the original poster of … Continue reading
Play Hack & Share In the 20+ years I’ve been teaching I’ve watched our UK education system become increasingly focussed on results. It’s clearly going to be difficult to persuade … Continue reading
“You don’t need glossy textbooks, iPads or a class set of Raspberry Pi computers to be an effective teacher. The best resource you have available is you. Invest as … Continue reading
The majority of my work at the moment is supporting ICT teachers who want to introduce and develop Computing within their own curriculum ahead of the changes planned for September … Continue reading