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Published by Jake Bell on 2017-11-10
The fifth annual Hour of Code will take place during Computer Science Education Week, December 4th - 10th. This grassroots campaign is supported by over 400 partners and 200,000 educators worldwide.
Published by Abi Edwards on 2017-11-13
BCS Scholar David Cormell on his first term of training to teach!
Published by Peter W. McOwan and Paul Curzon on 2017-11-13
This trick contains a rather cunning code. From the fabulous team at CS4FN comes an intriguing trick to use in the classroom where a knowledge of binary numbers unlocks the answer.
Published by Yvonne Walker on 2017-11-10
The Royal Society Report released today, After the Reboot: computing education in UK schools
Published by Simon Johnson on 2017-11-13
Tuesday November 14th 8PM. This week #caschat will be exploring the findings of the Royal Society Report on computing in schools
Published by Yvonne Walker on 2017-11-08
The DfE has identified a number of ‘opportunity areas’, areas where there is an opportunity to create more computing support for teachers in deprived areas. This project aims to create a programme of s...
Published by Claire Davenport on 2017-11-09
What do CAS members and CAS Hub Leaders value most about the CAS Hub meetings? Find out what our regular band of #CASChatters discussed when they met on Twitter to talk about the CAS Hubs.
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