The Roehampton Annual Computing Education Report has been published. Read on for more information.Read More
More money for training teachers of Computing -- woo hoo! But is it in millions or billions?Read More
The Royal Society recently produced its report into Computing, After the Reboot. Here are my notes and comments on that report.Read More
Has the Computing Programme of Study been an unequivocal success? In my article It Wasn’t Me Wot Done It, Sir! The Depressing State Of Computing As A Subject, I said that many students were voting against Computing qualifications with their feet, and also that girls were under-represented. Moreover, I stated that the situation was entirely predictable (many of us indeed had predicted it).
In this article I set out what I see as the key milestones in the journey to where we are now. I have included quotes from the sources, and also given the source in each case so that you can check out the sources yourself.Read More
Here in England, students are voting with their feet: the numbers studying Computing at higher levels are going down. I hate to say "We told you so" but....
It's not as if nobody warned 'them'.Read More
The Computing curriculum doesn't have to sound boring and nothing but coding.Read More
In this very incisive article, teacher William Lau discusses 5 mistakes he has made when teaching Computing, in the light of experience, research and reading.Read More
News, reviews, two competitions, free resources, interesting reading, a new Computing scheme of work, and women in computing -- just some of the stuff featured in the new issue of Digital Education. Subscribe for free!Read More
Three communities that ICT and Computing teachers should join.Read More