You wouldn’t put someone in front of a piano and say, ‘Figure out how to play it’. The same can be said about coding in schools. Following the endorsement of the new Australian Technologies Curriculum, the Queensland Government made coding and robotics compulsory in schools from Prep to Year 10. Its reasonable to expect that… Read More
It was an absolute delight to participate in the Victoria Applied Learning Association (VALA) conference in June. Over two days, Mike Lloyd delivered the following workshops – Thanks to Karen Dymke for the invite, conference organisers Helene Rooks, VALA CEO, and Don MacDowall, and Adrian Bertolini – CLWB partner for Australia.
Mike Lloyd’s keynote address at “Building Skills”, Athens. Thanks to all at the British Council, Microsoft and InEdu in Greece.
Mike would like to thank the British Council and Microsoft for the invitation to present at “Building Skills” in Athens on Friday 27 March, 2015. Slides from the presentation are here: Here’s the main points – DEVELOPING INNOVATIVE STUDENTS Introduction Computers are only going to get more powerful … and will have an ever-bigger impact on jobs,… Read More
LEARNING IMPACTS – Teacher Training at St Nicholas and Croesyceiliog schools WELCOME – New members and partners NEW PROJECTS – CLWB micro-school project NEW CONTENT – Programming module added, White Paper for Microsoft Singapore BETT ASIA EDUCATION LEADERS FORUM – CLWB to run a workshop PERSPECTIVE – Must read Economist article and special report — LEARNING IMPACTS Back in June we proudly announced… Read More