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Published by Liz Newbon on 2017-01-17
There has never been more of a need to support young people to make sense of data, as well as to understand its use (and potential misuse). The motivation for learning often hinges on its application. ...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2016-11-23
Every Tuesday night, from 8:00PM, the twitosphere lights up with CAS members sharing their expertise and practical advice ...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2016-11-18
Here’s some ideas for how you could use the Hour of Code to engage and excite your colleagues, children and their parents.
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