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Learning Manager for secondary at the Raspberry Pi Foundation. Former computing educator. Unplugged and Python enthusiast. Mostly harmless.
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National Centre for Computing Education Sep 30
📢 Introducing the Resource Repository. Be one of the first educators to access lesson plans, assessments, activities, learning graphs and more. The content is free and can be tailored to your students needs. Get started →
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Pythonies Sep 30
A roller coaster ride working with , , , and so many amazing colleagues for the past few months. This is the culmination of our efforts: the Resource Repository for the has gone live today!
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Nina Szymor Sep 9
If you're based in Cambridge (UK) & want to help break language barriers in computing education, join us for a translation hackathon at our headquarters!
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Allen Heard Aug 29
Our first secondary learning team outing! after a productive day working in the
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Nina Szymor Aug 28
If you're looking for ways to support the community and help us break down language barriers in computing education, take a look at this blog post - there are lots of small and bigger things you can do.
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Pythonies Jun 24
Welcome, friendly beast!
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Pythonies Jun 19
Welcome to the team !
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Lauren Margulieux Jun 16
Check out my latest articles summary on "More confusion and frustration, better learning: The impact of erroneous examples"
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Sue Sentance Jun 12
Exciting news from Australia!
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Pythonies Jun 9
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Pythonies Jun 8
There's more value to this than pure nostalgia. Anyone who's seen children experiencing the creative process in front of a computer will find the faces in the "Magic Room" video all too timelessly familiar. Also noticeable in the video: diversity.
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Pythonies Jun 6
There you go @mrbenn_82, another greek invention! And a few decades before Eratosthenes, it was Euclid that wrote down what D. Knuth called "the grandfather of all algorithms", a method for computing the GCD of two numbers. Thank you for another great resource !
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Mac Bowley Jun 5
Join me on ’s new course for : ‘Impact of Technology: How To Lead Classroom Discussions’. We’ll explore the ethical, legal, and cultural issues around computing and get valuable insights from . Supported by .
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Pythonies Jun 5
Replying to @BenberryPi
But Ben, how long will they last with all the steam? 🤡
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Sue Sentance Jun 4
New book on computational thinking education - open access to all
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Barefoot Computing Jun 4
There's something new coming. Something… big. Something… cracking. If you're keen to get stuck in to a brand new resource, keep your eyes peeled over the next few days.
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oliver caviglioli Jun 4
Here are the cognitive elements that sit behind the remarkable retrieval power of Recount & Redraw process, witnessed at Courthouse Junior School yesterday. Be prepared to participate in it if you attend one of my researchED presentations.
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Nina Szymor Jun 3
Our volunteer translators make such an incredible contribution to the work that we do around the world. To all volunteers - THANK YOU❤️
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oliver caviglioli Jun 2
Captain Kirk got it wrong. Space is our first, not last, frontier. We should remember the latter part of 'visuospatial' when talking about dual coding. Here's a spread from Dual Coding With Teachers () that explains its significance.
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Ruth Walker May 31
says he doesn’t use pre-prepared diagrams any more, but instead draws it live bit by bit to eliminate redundancy and split attention effect, and take advantage of phonological and visual-spatial loops 👏👏👏
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