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Switched ON Issue 21

The 2016 autumn term issue of the CAS newsletter

Roger Davies

Created by Roger Davies
last edited Sep 09 2016 by Roger Davies

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.

Please note: It’s best to view the electronic copy as double page spreads (with separate front cover.)

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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