Calling all teachers – it’s time to pre-register for this year’s World Education Games, an exciting, free-to-enter global online event for schools and students all over the world, organised by 3P Learning, award-winning, global leaders in digital curriculum resources, and supported by children’s charity UNICEF.
Following the announcement earlier this term that Sherston Software has moved to a ‘freemium’ business model for its online digital world for primary schools, Planet Sherston, the company has launched a brand new Rainforest Coding add-on, designed to make scratch programming easier to understand and fun to learn.
The EdComs Teachers website has been relaunched this summer with a focus on inviting teachers to get involved in its research and resource development, while enabling EdComs to access a wider network of teaching professionals to keep in touch with the ‘chalk-face’.
To mark European Code Week, specialists in computer programming for education, FUZE Technologies, will be running a free programming workshop for teachers on Thursday 16 October 2014. The workshop will take place at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC), located in Bletchley Park.