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Carrie Anne Philbin Aug 3
We did it! 💥 We created a complete curriculum for teaching computing in school. Includes progression, lesson plans, activities, and assessment. 👩‍🏫
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PG Online Aug 4
Try this question from our free GCSE Computer Science unit with your students and get them thinking about the life-cycle of their devices! Discover more here:
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Toni Scullion Aug 2
I highly recommend schools and teachers get involved with it's an incredible initiative and not just your ordinary STEM event! Here is a wee video giving a snapshot of what their events are like...
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Jason Sawle Jul 31
Does your school have a ? As part of an upgrade to our free ArcGIS for Schools program we have added Drone2Map for free. You can use it to create high res maps and 3D models for your study areas!
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Ben Hall Aug 3
I’m enormously proud to have worked with so many fantastic colleagues on this project. I hope people find it useful.
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William Lau Jul 31
I made a poster to celebrate Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic - BAME Pioneers in Tech. You can download it from here: There's also a 2min video in the folder explaining my motivations behind making the poster.
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🤖 MRM 📚 🇮🇪 Aug 2
So I’m contributing a chapter to a book for ’s on Outdoor Learning. My section is teaching the Computing Curriculum outdoors. If you have the time to complete the following form I’d be very grateful.
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Matthew Wimpenny-Smith FCCT Jul 29
Just arrived from amazon and looking forward to a bit of summer reading. Thanks to all who contributed.
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Matthew Wimpenny-Smith FCCT Aug 3
Glad to have done my bit towards this massive achievement. Well done all!
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Brendan Kenny Jul 30
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Andy Colley Aug 1
I've marked some exam answers like this.
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Claire Garside Jul 28
This next installment from is wonderful and beautifully illustrated by . My 8 year old neighbours turned cyber ninja and faced the same challenges as Agent Asha. Verdict? "Awesome".
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Michelle A Jul 30
😍 these arrived today! Super excited to use them when we return in September! 👏🏼 James you have to get this book! 😃
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William Lau Jul 28
Key take away from this podcast: formative assessment is a mindset. Constantly tell yourself “I need feedback on what they are learning”. Some efficient formative assessment techniques here from
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Oliver Quinlan Jul 28
We've got a great online seminar at 5pm (UK) today about gender balance and computing with who is working on the research project on gender. You can come free, details here:
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BrianLinuxing 🇮🇪 🇪🇺💙 #WashHandsAndUseLinux Jul 27
I shall be tuned in tonight is an excellent speaker and very engaging. So if you're in or just want a different way of looking at things, please come along, tickets at the link below!
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BrianLinuxing 🇮🇪 🇪🇺💙 #WashHandsAndUseLinux Jul 27
This orientated event starts this evening. I recommend it,
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Andy Colley 18h
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Matthew Wimpenny-Smith FCCT Jul 29
Replying to @MWimpennyS
So far chapter 2 and 11 is very interesting. Love books you don’t have to read in order but dip in and out of.
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Mr Harrison, Head of Computing #loveteaching Jul 30
Sneak preview of the programming chapter of my forthcoming book formerly known as now morphing into or or even . I hope you are less confused. Book out probably at Christmas. Cc HT
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