A recent trip to the Supercomputing 2011 conference in Seattle shed some light on an approach to education that applies equally to New Zealand, especially in light of the impending re-launch of NZCS's ICT-Connect school outreach programme next year.
A site for all teachers and students of IB Computer Science. It includes notes on nearly all of the Subject Guide topics, notes on Java programming with GUI's using BlueJ, resources (such as worksheets, recommendations for IDE's and books) and online courses and workshops (some free, others not).
Richard is currently working on a new workshop for Computer Science teachers. This will include elements of game theory and use carefully dependent and sequenced activities to increase engagement. Participants may also learn something about eLearning course design. Watch this space.
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