Today the NCCE is sharing its first report focusing on teaching and learning within the computing curriculum, in particular exploring the role of “digital literacy”.
Are you looking to grow your computer science knowledge this Spring? Jump in, grab your computer, and get cracking on your professional learning this term.
The NCCE have launched an exciting new initiative to formally recognise your contribution to computing education in England.
A recent Ofsted report sought to summarise research into what works well in remote learning. In addition to signposting the relevant parts of the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE) offer, we asked our Subject Matter Experts what works well in their virtual classroom.
Launch of the Secondary Certification.
The certification is the next stage to complete once you have completed the Computer Science Accelerator programme. This professional development programme is designed to enhance how you teach secondary computing, and to give you confidence to apply those skills in the classroom.
It’s two years since the launch of the NCCE and, since then, we’ve reached thousands of teachers and students through our courses, training, teaching resources, and our network of Computing Hub schools.
These are challenging times for teachers of all subjects and phases of education. Disruption has become the norm, with learners sometimes unable to attend school in-person and schools now having a legal obligation to provide remote education.
We’re looking forward to the CAS Autumn Event which opens tomorrow, Tuesday 10 November, with a free programme of online events running until Thursday 19 November.
Inspire your pupils with Teach Computing
Teach Computing is here to help your staff grow in confidence and build the knowledge and skills to deliver high quality, inspiring computing education.
The Denbigh School Computing Hub Milton Keynes is offering an exciting opportunity for local schools to boost their engagement in STEM activities with Lego First League.