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The Big Book of Computing Pedagogy: Hello World’s first-ever special edition focuses on approaches to teaching computing in the classroom, and includes some of our favourite pedagogically themed articles from previous Hello World issues, as well as a couple of never-seen-before features. This special issue aims to be your companion to learning about tried-and-tested approaches to teaching computing. It bridges the gap between research and practice, giving you accessible chunks of research, followed by stories from trusty educators who have tried out various approaches in their classroom or educational space.

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Issue 16

We are living in an increasingly data-driven world. From tracking our fitness data, to analysing coronavirus infection rates, to choosing to watch TV shows ‘selected for you’ by Netflix, data is everywhere. This issue focuses on data science and data literacy; it is full of teaching ideas and inspiration to help you and your students use data to make decisions and to make sense of the world.

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Issue 15

Due to a shortage of teachers with computer science degrees, switching specialisms is a common route to becoming a computing educator. But why do some teachers choose to change subjects? In issue 15 of Hello World, we hear from five people who have made the switch. They tell us about the challenges they have faced, as well as the joys of teaching young people how to create new things with technology.

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Issue 14

From counting penguins in Antarctica to orienteering with a GPS twist, great things can happen when young people get creative with technology outdoors.

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Issue 13

How has computing education changed over the last few months? And how will the coronavirus pandemic affect education in the long term?

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Issue 12

In issue 12 of Hello World, we bring you resources and in-depth discussions about how to teach machine learning from preschool (yes, really!) through to university.

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Issue 11

In issue 11 of Hello World, we take an in-depth look at inclusion and diversity in computer science, with stories from educators who have created inclusive environments for their learners. We also…

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Issue 10

In Issue 10 of Hello World, we take an in-depth look at maths and computer science, with stories from educators who take advantage of the links between the two topics. We also have lesson plans and…

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Issue 9

In Issue 9 of Hello World, we take an in-depth look at computing and the arts, with stories from educators who have created wonderful cross-curricular projects, as well as activities you can try wi…

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Issue 8

In Hello World 8 we take an in-depth look at what the National Centre for Computing Education means for the future of teaching computing. We also have lesson plans and features written by educators…

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Issue 7

With Scratch 3 out now, Hello World issue 7 has been investigating what’s new, and what you can do with it. As always, our collection of experts have ideas, opinions and tips to help you bring Scra…

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Issue 6

Hello World issue 6 brings together a collection of experts, who address the challenges of ethics, and how that affects and underpins the teaching of computer science. They share ideas, thoughts an…

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Issue 5

Join us as we celebrate the Year of Engineering in Hello World #5. We’ve brought together a wide range of experts to share ideas, thoughts and advice on how to bring engineering to the classroom, a…

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