Teaching London Computing produces an irregular newsletter for teachers in London (so the newsletter focuses on London) which is also reproduced here.
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Newsletter #7 – May 2020
New newsletter for families (Computing At Home during lockdown), scalable vector graphics and programming images in SVG, Egyptians KS2 project, Home Learning projects for primary and secondary, Paul Curzon’s doing a free workshop on Wed 13 May 2020 at 4.30pm with more to come in future, Primary Computing webinar supported by Mayor of London, London History Day [Newsletter #7]
Newsletter #6 – January 2020
Prof Paul Curzon wins an award, CAS London conference now sold out, London and online courses, ICT for Education conference in Brighton, Op-art and computing, free puzzle books, Digital Schoolhouse’s careers advice platform, a research survey from Dundee University, and 10 things every computer teacher should try in 2020 [Newsletter #6]
Newsletter #5 – October 2019
CAS London conference, courses, Hallowe’en spooky resources, computing and poetry, remembering Professor Peter McOwan, the QMUL / Ri Masterclasses, new computing hubs for London, Isaac Computing for A-levels, NCCE lesson plans for primary and secondary teachers and a curated list of Techy / hacking / music stuff in London(ish). [Newsletter #5]
Newsletter #4 – July 2019
Lots of free courses, the Gender Action award, new resources on our website including a paper hat to colour in and a new blog post from Paul Curzon in his series on Learning to Learn (to program) [Newsletter #4]
Newsletter #3 – February 2019
Free networks course from TechPathways, Valentine’s Day-themed resources and LGBT History Month, Diversity in Computing posters, apply to be an NCCE Hub, Digital Schoolhouse applications, 30% off our Computational Thinking book and QMUL’s work with the Institute of Coding [Newsletter #3]
Newsletter #2 – November / December 2018
Tickets for the free IET / QMUL Christmas lecture on Game AI for schools, copies of CS4FN 25 on wearable computing out for delivery and PDF available, Christmas classroom resources, a new online course from CAS London Master Teachers / TLC, the new National Centre for Computing Education, a free face-to-face course from CAS London and Microsoft, iDEA (Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award) supported by the Duke of York and Rocket Fund’s £5,000 match funding for tech for schools [Newsletter #2]
Newsletter #1 – October 2018
Celebrating Black History Month, Hallowe’en puzzles, alerting people to a new issue of CS4FN, a new computing course from the BlueJ team at King’s College London and a save the date for our IET / QMUL free Christmas lecture for schools [Newsletter #1]