Switched ON Issue 21

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The 2016 autumn term issue of the CAS newsletter


Too many people still see Computing as a niche subject for the technically minded. CAS takes a different view. Computational Thinking has generic educational value for developing ways of thinking and learning in all children. The benefits are applicable to many areas, not just our own discipline — one reason CAS lobbied for a curriculum entitlement across all key stages. This issue focuses on inclusion; on making Computing accessible to every child, not just a select few.

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Many thanks, as ever, to all contributors and editorial volunteers who help make the magazine. There is no ‘them’, only us!

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