In November, as part of our work with Computing At School (CAS), Sue Sentance (Anglia Ruskin University) and I submitted a paper for Koli Calling 2011, the 11th International Conference on Computing Education Research. Our paper, entitled Computing At School: Stimulating Computing Education in the UK, describes the rationale and motivation for CAS, presenting the current state of computer science education in the UK, as well as its range of initiatives to support teachers and drive curriculum and policy change.
As part of the Koli Calling 2011 programme (Sue had the pleasure of travelling to Koli National Park in Finland!), we had to produce a short video clip summarising our paper:
While some of our discussion has been supplanted by recent events, the paper is available to download for free via the ACM Author-ize service:
Koli Calling ’11 Proceedings of the 11th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research, 2011
Cool! Nice work Dr Crick:-)
Thank you Dr Dee!