Programming and perseverance: is there a connection?

It’s not that I’m so smart, it’s just that I stay with problems longer.

#proudofmyselfie – using selfies in school

“Miss, I reckon this could go viral.” Well, maybe or maybe not, but either

Unplugged at the Hour of Code launch

This week, 3rd–9th March, is the UK Hour of Code week (as well as

Westminster Education Forum: the big message about computing

On Wednesday I presented at a very different sort of conference compared to what

First steps in primary computing: my BETT 2014 session

BETT 2014 was quite a different experience for me: as the author of ‘Switched

Year of Code gets a bashing – so now what?

Forget the year of the horse, the government have announced that 2014 is the Year

My #nurture1314 post – with a bit of a twist

What’s #nurture1314? Well, teachers all over twitter are putting together #nurture1314 blog posts: 13

Ask your students: how can I help you?

If a child is struggling with something, it can be easy to forget to

Subject coordinators series: getting started

At the beginning of the year, members of staff within my school’s cluster got

Teaching dialogue through text messages

Text messages often get a bad rap in the world of education: text speak
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