Great article discussing how Makerspaces in schools can contribute to develop coding and computational thinking skills by giving educators new options to teach students core coding concepts and the creative culture to help computational thinking.
Michael Ralph shares how in biology, lab work and design thinking can come together through maker education and how a makerspace can provide more tools to students to tinker, to fail, to innovate, and to surprise.
Practical advice for Computing Open Evenings, which are a great way to boost enrolment numbers in schools and colleges including innovative activities to “wow” parents and pupils and how to use student ambassadors.
Did you know that Philadelphia became home to the first-ever computer? It was called The ENIAC and it was manually programmed by six brilliant women who went to change the course of history. Learn more and how the state is investing $20 million in STEM education, and specifically, STEM education for girls.