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Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-05-25
Computer Vision and Machine Learning
Published by on 2017-05-23
The May edition of the CAS Member Newsletter with news about the upcoming CAS Conference in June. don't forget to book your place!
Published by Simon Humphreys on 2017-05-22
We are very excited to announce that issue 2 of Hello World is out today! Hello World is our magazine about computing and digital making, written by educators, for educators. It is a collaboration betw...
Published by Laura Benton on 2017-05-17
Laura Benton (Research Associate, UCL) will be presenting a workshop on the impact of Scratch on mathematics learning at the 2017 CAS National Conference (Bham). Here she introduces the project and pro...
Published by Jo Badge on 2017-05-09
The DfE has identified a number of ‘opportunity areas’ where there is an opportunity to create more computing support for teachers in deprived areas. A new CAS project working with the Microbit Foundat...
Published by Jamie Edmondson on 2017-05-09
Scratch is probably the most effective and commonly used programming software used in Primary schools. As part of our series from CAS Conference 2017 presenters Jamie Edmondson shares how he is using ...
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