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HOW CAN WE SUPPORT LEARNERS TO MAKE SENSE OF DATA?

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. ...

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#CASChat

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 ...

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The Hour of Code 2016

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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Hour of Code

From East of England

Published by Sonia Meneses on 2016-11-09

The first new activities and tutorials for 2016 have launched

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CAS Switched On

From East of England

Published by Sonia Meneses on 2016-11-09

The latest issue of CAS Switched On Autumn 2016 now available

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The Little Book of Programming Challenges

From East of England

Published by Sonia Meneses on 2016-11-09

Challenge and inspire your students whilst supporting them to become 'computational thinkers'.

There is no "them" - only us

CAS is a grass roots organisation, whose energy, creativity, and leadership comes from its members. Simon Humphreys, CAS Coordinator

Promoting and supporting excellence in computer science education

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