Tag: Barefoot Computing
SWGfL Roundup of 2016
2016 has been a whirlwind of headlines including data protection, appropriate filtering and monitoring, sexting, social media, ransomware and the computing curriculum. Read our 2016 roundup and discover all the great content you may have missed
7th December 2016
The Art of Abstraction
The Tube Map is a classic example of abstraction, but what does abstraction look like in the primary curriculum, and how can the computational thinking skill be taught effectively?
16th November 2016
Have you dipped your toes in Barefoot yet?
Primary teachers have reported that they are 95% more confident in teaching Computational Thinking after a Barefoot workshop. Have you booked yours?
4th October 2016
Logical Reasoning across the Primary Curriculum
Logical reasoning is one of the key Computational Thinking concepts in the new primary Computing curriculum. So what does it mean to think logically, and how can logic be incorporated into the everyday primary classroom?
30th September 2015
Have you talked about algorithms or abstraction with your pupils today?
Follow our top tips to integrate computational thinking language into your everyday Primary classroom.
14th September 2015