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.
More articles from Hello World magazine
Why did the programmer get stuck in the shower?
Laura Sach shares some programming jokes to add a touch of humour to your teaching . HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 94.
Pulling the plug on computer-centric teaching
Bonnie Sheppard discusses how computer systems and networks lends itself to an unplugged teaching approach. HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 15.
Methods for teaching networking
Katharine Childs introduces the benefits and challenges from a research review of teaching approaches used in computer networks courses. HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 12-13.
Developing a sense of programming
Alex Hadwen-Bennett shares some key findings from his PhD research exploring how visually impaired learners develop their understanding of programming concepts. HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 76-77.
It all hinges on this question
The CAS Assessment Working Group share how hinge questions can be a powerful assessment-for-learning strategy in the computing classroom. HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 16-17.
Ben Garside suggests inviting a network manager into your classroom to bring networking to life. HW20: Systems and networks, pg. 20.
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