CLWB @ Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy

  In one of our most exciting projects to-date, we are delighted to be implementing STEM at the Bristol Technology and Engineering Academy, a Centre of Excellence for teaching Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths. BTEA is a University Technical College sponsored by the likes of Rolls Royce, Airbus, Royal Navy and GKN. Over the next year,… Read More

Artificial Intelligence Demystified

CLWB.org is delighted to announce a major initiative aimed at democratising Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI is driving the automation of a swathe of jobs – including many that were once regarded as ‘safe’. Whilst AI can seem inaccessible and complex at first, our goal is to open up AI for as many people as possible… Read More

STEAM and Coding Australian Workshops

CLWB is delighted to announce the successful delivery of 16 workshops across Australia with partners Intuyu and GEM. In total we delivered workshops to 252 people – principals, teachers and students – across the country, starting in Brisbane and finishing in Perth. The Australian National Innovation and Science Agenda set the challenge to all educators… Read More

Australian Technologies Curriculum – STEM Workshops

Following the recent approval of the Australian Technologies Curriculum, CLWB with Intuyu Consulting and Cognitive Architecture ran a series of STEM workshops in Victoria and Queensland. Based on the recent Leadership at the Speed of Thought program, Mike Lloyd gave a worldwide view of how technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and ‘Internet of Things’ are disrupting… Read More

Internet of Learning-Things

Mass access to the Internet is a mere 20 years old and during this time Web Services have completely revolutionised how we interact – so how will the Internet transform us over the next 20 years? This article explains how technologies can be architected to allow learning to flourish in the emerging world of the… Read More

Computer Science Without Computers

Here’s a wonderful set of activities for teaching children Computer Science and Mathematics without requiring computers. Produced in New Zealand, the site contains extremely well designed lesson plans, videos, pictures and links to further information. Topics covered include, for example: Binary Numbers Image Representation Error Detection Information Theory Searching and Sorting Algorithms Minimal Spanning Trees… Read More