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CAS Inspire: How do Diagnostic Questions boost teaching and learning?

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-09-24

What are Diagnostic Questions? We'll be exploring the techniques and resources at a CAS Inspire webinar. Harriet Walters at Eedi tells us more

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Art, literacy and computing - Rachel explains how they can work together

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-09-24

Art, literacy skills and computing can all work hand-in-hand, says Rachel Vidler, CAS community leader, and the opening speaker in our CAS Inspire programme

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Meet CAS community leader Vicky who's inspiring young learners

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-09-08

Inspiring children and giving teachers skills and confidence - is the key to teaching computing to early learners, says Vicky Dodds, CAS community leader and NCCE hub primary lead. We spoke to Vicky about her ‘hands on’ approach;

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COVID-19 and computing in classrooms

Published by John Woollard, Jane Waite & Tig Williams on 2020-08-25

“We know schools will be facing a completely different world next term as they manage the reopening of their classrooms. All subjects will be affected but those reliant on the use of equipment, such as computers, will have particular issues to face. Here is our summary of the information to support all members of our community.” Simon Humphreys

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Careers Inspiration: A summary so far

Published by Olivia Wolfheart on 2020-08-25

During lockdown we launched a series of Careers Inspiration webinars which allow young people to find out, first-hand, about some of the different opportunities available in computing.

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We need a personalised approach to digital learning says Prof Rupert Ward

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-08-24

A personalised approach to digital learning is vital, says Rupert Ward, Professor of Learning Innovation at the University of Huddersfield. He told us more about how the return to the classroom post-lockdown is an opportunity for us to rethink online learning:

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Number of female students studying Computer Science increases by 300% in five years

Published by on 2020-08-13

Record numbers of female students took Computer Science A-level this year, with an increase of 23% on 2019, new figures show.

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CAS' views on Ofqual's approach to exams 2021

Published by Victoria Temple on 2020-08-05

Ofqual has been looking at arrangements for exams in 2020 and 2021. We've been making sure that CAS members views have been heard. Read our submissions, and Ofqual's latest reports.

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Simon Humphreys receives award from the Royal Society

Published by Claire Penketh on 2020-08-04

Congratulations to Simon Humphreys, one of CAS's founders, who has been awarded a Royal Society medal for his transformative contribution to computing education. Claire Penketh spoke to him about his career and achievements

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The Digital Divide - you told us how it impacts your students

Published by on 2020-07-16

From students relying on 4G plans to sharing mobile phones to access online learning; our digital divide survey highlighted the issues many children faced during lockdown

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