CAS TV - youtube.com/computingatschool
Created by Miles Berry
last edited May 03 2017 by Miles Berry
Thanks to the generosity of our friends at Google, CAS is pleased to announce the (re)launch of its YouTube channel, CAS TV.
We’ve some exciting programmes lined up for the channel, with new content being released each week for the next few months, and hopefully beyond. We’re starting with Simon Peyton Jones explaining algorithmic complexity (and giving his view on P vs NP), then following with Pete Kemp on developing computational thinking through 3D animation, Alan O’Donohoe on teaching Python and Catherine Elliott of #include on helping students with SEN/D access the computing curriculum.
There is much more planned for the weeks ahead, taking in some of the real subject knowledge challenges of secondary computing to link with CAS’s Tenderfoot Computing project, practical classroom strategies for teaching programming, physical computing and other elements of CS and some broader educational issues such as lesson observation, extracurricular projects and primary-secondary links. We’ll also be adding to the archive of CAS conference presentations - do let us know if you’d like us to come and film at an event you’re organising.
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23rd February 2016 - Simon Peyton Jones on algorithmic complexity
3rd March 2016 - Pete Kemp on creativity and 3D animation
10th March 2016 - Alan O’Donohoe on Python
16th March 2016 - Catherine Elliott on SEN
30th March 2016 - John Stout on Snap!
6th April 2016 - Steve Furber on computers and brains
22nd April 2016 - Toby Howard on the UK Schools Computer Animation Competition
9th May 2016 - Sue Sentance on computing education research
29th May 2016 - Will Gilpin on Machine Learning
2 March 2017 - Paulo Casanova on graph theory
8 March 2017 - Matthew Inwood on how computers work
15 March 2017 - Emma Goto on computing in EYFS
22 March 2017 - Genevieve Smith-Nunes on data and dance
29 March 2017 - Georgina Wilcox on making sense of the web
5 April 2017 - Aga Madurska on finite state machines
12 April 2017 - Phil Bagge on primary computing
19 April 2017 - Faisal Karjikar on bits and bytes
3 May 2017 - Quintin Cutts on computing pedagogy