Institute of Coding

Teaching London Computing is now working with the Institute of Coding to further support educators of computing. Here are the resources developed to date. We hope they will help educators better understand both the subject and its wider context, and provide teaching ideas as well as pedagogy around teaching computing.

Celebrating diversity in computing – more!


Posters celebrating diversity in computing


linearsearch1Algorithmic Pattern Puzzles


image Disability


LGBTQ


image    Black history


templarflag   The Templar Cipher


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Christmas Kriss Kross Puzzles


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Bugs


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Juliana Rotich: Crowdsourcing in a crisis


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Christine Farion: Wearable Computing


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Shwetal Shah: Tools to learn and digital activist


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Tina Chowdhury: Bioengineering


Annie Easley

Image Credit: By NASA Science and Engineering Newsletter – Fagowees, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=30060646

Annie Easley: NASA Energy Programs


Ada Lovelace

Image credit: Science & Society Picture Library

Ada Lovelace: Pioneer Programmer


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Image credit: Kenneth C. Zirkel CC BY-SA 3.0

Barbara Liskov: Programming Languages


Dorcas Muthoni: Entrepreneur and AfChix founder


Carrie Anne Philbin: Geek gurl diaries


Evelyn Boyd Granville: Space software


Florence Nightingale: Important Infographics


Fran Allen: Clever Translation – Compilers


Grace Hopper : Readable code and bugs


Pseudocode Poems


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