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We’re following up our inaugural episode’s exploration of the reasons for teaching computing with a discussion about what we mean when we talk about ‘computing’. During episode #2, we address the following questions:

  • Computing is a rapidly evolving field, with technology advancing at a rapid pace — are there ideas at the core of computing that are constant and consistent?
  • How do we as teachers relate these big ideas to our everyday teaching?
  • Given that computing is broad and multidisciplinary, do our individual experiences influence how we view and ultimately present the subject to our learners?

Thanks to all our guests for their contributions to this episode, and a special thanks to Oliver Quinlan for our intro theme built from Commodore 64 sounds.

You can (and should) contribute your thoughts and expertise by emailing the team or by leaving us a voice message, which we may include in a future episode.

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For our full notes, links and guest list visit our full show notes

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