Episode 11 - The Teach Computing Curriculum
04 September 2020
As pupils and teachers around the world return to school for what is likely to be a challenging year in education, many will be benefiting from the latest piece of support provided by the National Centre for Computing Education. The "Teach Computing Curriculum" aims to support teachers, reduce workload, and provide outstanding learning experiences for pupils. This massive 18-month project reached its goal in July, completing 500 hours of computing lessons for Key Stage 1 - 4 students (aged 5 -16). In this episode, we hear from the team behind the project as well as teachers preparing to use this exciting new content. The episode itself comes in 2 versions, one focusing on primary computing and the second aimed at secondary education.
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