Hello World is a magazine by educators for educators. The magazine, published three times per year, is available entirely free as a Creative Commons PDF download. You can also buy the magazine in print, or subscribe for a year at the Helloworld website. Thanks to the generous support of their sponsors, Hello World is available free of charge, in print, for UK-based educators.
Issue 10 hits the stands – In Issue 10 of Hello World the guys at HelloWorld take an in-depth look at maths and computer science, with stories from educators who take advantage of the links between the two topics. This edition also have lesson plans and features written by educators around the world. Check out the Table Of Contents here.
Also in this issue:
- Introducing design journals for Key Stage 2 pupils
- Code clubs for teachers: offering extra support to educators
- Using data to keep school plants thriving
- The value of computing for two-to four-year-olds
- Learning Lamda Calculus
- Ecology and maths – When tree spotting meets programming
- Increasing engagement – The benefit of a challenge packed curriculum
- Coding matters – Why children should be taught programming
- Primarily Pi – How young programmers can get hands on
- Lots….lots more!!!!
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