Welcome to the new Hello World podcast for educators interested in computing and digital making in the classroom. Join us as we explore the exciting world of computing and digital making education and hear from educators, learners, and experts along the way. In each episode, you'll hear from a range of exciting guests, hear their stories, learn something new, and have some fun along the way.
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Digital literacy and philosophy for children
Emma Goto explores how the Philosophy for Children pedagogical approach can be used in digital literacy and e-safety lessons. HW19: Sustainability and Computing, pg. 64-65.
Virtual reality with CoSpaces
Andreas Dengel shares his experiences of using the programming environment CoSpaces for introducing basic components of algorithms by designing three-dimensional virtual worlds. HW19: Sustainability and Computing, pg. 60-61.
Sign language for computing terms
A team in Scotland, UK, has developed a British Sign Language glossary for computing terms that aims to widen tech access. HW19: Sustainability and Computing, pg. 6.
The Centre for AI & Climate - “Responsible AI is on everyone”
Gemma Coleman speaks to Pete Clutton-Brock and Sims Witherspoon, the co-founders of the Centre for AI & Climate, about AI’s potential to accelerate climate action. HW19: Sustainability and Computing, pg. 20-21.
Refurbishing computers for refugee
James Abela introduces his 15-year-old student John Ling and tells the tale of how he sourced, refurbished, and distributed computers for Rohingya refugees in Malaysia. HW19: Sustainability and Computing, pg. 24-25.
Can teaching coding skills help tackle inequality?
We’ve been thinking about the challenges that many people, young and old, encounter and ask “Can teaching coding skills help tackle inequality?"
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