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Published by Simon Humphreys on 2016-01-18
Forged in the crucible of Maths, Computer Science can help make concrete the thinking skills required for success. A special feature explores ways in which Computing can make Maths real and help improv...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2015-12-09
In July 2015 an independent evaluation of the NoE was carried out by the Centre for Education and Inclusion Research at Sheffield Hallam. They reported: CAS is making a significant difference to the i...
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2015-11-10
Several CAS members have been working hard for some time on this newly published document discussing computational thinking for both primary and secondary schools.
Published by Jane Waite on 2016-02-02
London computing education initiatives start to peak! Mayor of London funding has been used to develop the new Computing Curriculum Guide for Senior Leaders and to fund the Digital Careers Roadshows
Published by Carl Simmons on 2015-12-07
Find out about the first of 3 free computing subject network events held at Edge Hill University
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