In the last issue of the Digital Education newsletter before the Christmas break, there is plenty to read about computing in education. I have always found that the time away from school affords an opportunity to catch up on reading around the subject, as well as lesson preparation, marking and, of course, having a well-deserved rest.
The topics covered include how nudge theory can be applied in the classroom, Brexit and education technology, activities undertaken during Computer Education Week, how to solve cryptic crosswords (and some links to articles showing why they are relevant to computing), a debate on how artificial intelligence is affecting all aspects of our lives, jobs that no longer exist because of advances in technology, and lots more.
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