Category Archives: East Lothian Council

New Laptop

I’m currently in the market for a new laptop, which is proving more difficult that I imagined! I need something lightweight for taking to and from work (and using with my other work for BASP), with decent specs for using … Continue reading

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Subject Promotion posters

Now that course choices are starting to get nearer I have decided to make up some flyers/posters this year to promote the subject. I’ve posted the PDFs below if anyone wants to use them – I can send the MS … Continue reading

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Computing Science inside…

  It was great to see the Computing Science inside… project get some much deserved publicity in TES this week.  I think the article conveyed the real usefulness of these sessions well.  I’m going to be working on a letter … Continue reading

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BCS warns of skills shortage.

There’s an interesting article on the BBC news website today, quoting the head of the British Computer Society as being concerned about the decline of Computing graduates over the past three years. The full article can be read at: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6155998.stm … Continue reading

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ICT debate

Just a quick post – There’s a great debate taking place just now on Robert Jones’ Weblog. Many thanks to Ollie for blogging about it – great stuff. I’d encourage all teachers of computing to have a look, and perhaps … Continue reading

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