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Comparison of ‘Subject knowledge requirements for entry into computer science teacher training’ with the 2014 National Curriculum for Computing

Comparison of ‘Subject knowledge requirements for entry into computer science teacher training’ with the 2014 National Curriculum for Computing

Mark Dorling

Created by Mark Dorling
last edited Mar 02 2015 by Simon Peyton Jones


This page holds two documents

  • An annotated version of the Teaching Agency ‘Subject knowledge requirements for entry into computer science teacher training’.

    In the main table of that document we have added a simple referencing/coding system for the subject knowledge. For example, “Algorithms” in the first row is referred to as “A1”. These codes are now referred to by Master Teachers when planning CPD events and in the CAS CPD Survey ( https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/CPDAudit ).

  • A point-by-point comparison of:

    to help teachers and Master Teachers to understand how these two frameworks fit together and why the subject knowledge is important.

If you have any suggestions and specific feedback to the comparison document, please do not hesitate to feedback to Mark Dorling on: mark.dorling@computingatschool.org.uk

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