Technology is moving faster than teachers and children can keep up with. Teaching in the Digital Age for Preschool and Kindergarten guides teachers of preschool and kindergarten aged children toward integrating technology across the curriculum so it can have an authentic, meaningful,… Read moreTeaching in the Digital Age for PreSchool and Kindergarten: Non-textual Programming
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Up next in our series on games that help children get to grips with computational thinking, away from any screens or devices, we move on to activities for ages five and six. Check out the previous posts in the series to discover activities for three- to four-year-olds: Leaving the House… Read moreUnplugged Activities To Teach Computational Thinking: Part 4
iStock/DGLimages Next in our series on unplugged activities that teach computational thinking without any screens or devices, we reveal how a classic children’s game can introduce concepts such as algorithms and debugging to children aged three and four. Check out the previous posts in the series to discover the … Read moreUnplugged Activities To Teach Computational Thinking: Part 3
Year 10 student Amber spent a week at Primo Toys on a work experience placement, under the warm tutelage of our web developer and qualified teacher Melenie. Here’s Amber’s verdict on her experience at an edtech startup! During Year 10 in my school we have to find work… Read moreEducating The Next Generation: Work Experience at Primo