For once Google, Microsoft and Will.i.am agree, teaching Computing is important and it is important that children learn to think computationally from an early age.
James Abela will take you through a hierarchy of visual tools that enable students to think computationally, code and solve problems in a logical way.
This practical session will show you the free tools, lesson plans and support available for delivering a first class computing curriculum.
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Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc, Dean J. Fusto