In the pre-Christmas edition of Digital Education, I ran two competitions: to win a year's subscription to Grammarly, a proofreading tool, and a copy of The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage.
Feature-length articles included:
- Teaching iteration, by me.
- The Computing Curriculum: Suffolk’s Interpretation – Update, by Kathryn Day.
- Why I decided to study IT, by Annabel Sunnacks.
- How I got into coding and why I think everyone should do it!, by Anna Shipman.
- 5 reasons there is a shortage of Computing at School Master Teachers, and what we can do about it, by me.
All of that good stuff and more is still available in the Digital Education archives.
I'm currently finalising the next issue. Amongst other things it contains:
- Reviews of Thinking Allowed, Learning with E's, Brown Dogs and Barbers, and Coding for Kids.
- A question of assessment.
- An interview with Tom Bennett, founder of ResearchEd.
- Bett previews.
- New year predictions.
- Useful tips and more.
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