Teach Computing Science: A guide for Secondary

Teach Computing Science: A guide for Secondary

Authors: Kate Farrell from Computing at School Scotland and the University of Edinburgh, Professor Judy Robertson from the University of Edinburgh, Professor Quintin Cutts from the University of Glasgow and Professor Richard Connor from the University of Stirling.

This is an accessible guide to the Computing Science curriculum featuring a range of fun and easy to adopt activities and strategies for teaching in a Secondary setting.  Many of these activities are ‘unplugged’, meaning they do not require a computer to do them.  This makes many of them ideal for a home learning setting.

Resource: TeachCS.Scot

Teach Computing Science: A guide for Primary and Early Years

Teach Computing Science: A guide for Primary and Early Years

Authors: Kate Farrell from Computing at School Scotland, Professor Judy Robertson from the University of Edinburgh, Professor Quintin Cutts from the University of Glasgow and Professor Richard Connor from the University of Stirling.

This is an accessible guide to the Computing Science curriculum featuring a range of fun and easy to adopt activities and strategies for teaching in a Primary or Early Years setting.  Many of these activities are ‘unplugged’, meaning they do not require a computer to do them.  This makes many of them ideal for a home learning setting.

Resource: TeachCS.Scot

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