Category Archive: teachers

Launch of the Computing Education Research Centre

On Wednesday 2 May we launched CERC, the Computing Education Research Centre, which through new research will underpin vital computing teaching in schools and in higher education. Over 80 researchers, members of the computing and education industries, teachers and students, attended the opening of this interdisciplinary collaboration between King’s researchers from Informatics, Education, Robotics and […]

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ICT and Computing Education in Guyana

Guyana is a small country (size of UK) in the north of South America bordering Venezuela, Brazil and Suriname. However in many ways it associates itself with the Caribbean – for example, students take Caribbean GCSEs – called the CSEC.  In terms of computing in school, students can take the CSEC in IT and this […]

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