STEM Educators : HelloWorld #11 Hits The Stands

STEM Educators : HelloWorld #11 Hits The Stands

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 11 hits the stands – 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 have lesson plans and activities that you can try with your students today. This edition also have lesson plans and features written by educators around the world. Check out the Table Of Contents here.

HelloWorld Issue #11

Also in this issue:

  1. Astro Pi Mission Zero in action
  2. An accessibility guide designed to help make CoderDojo clubs an inclusive environment for all
  3. Techniques for running CS professional development workshops
  4. 5 takeaways from Scratch Conference Europe
  5. Autism support
  6. Pride in STEM
  7. Robotics with the Crumble
  8. Crash Landing – Programming with the Raspberry Pi and Python
  9. Taking the temperature : Physical Computing with the micro:bit
  10. Lots….lots more!!!!
Table Of Contents – HelloWorld Issue #11
The Journey Of A Longitude Explorer – HelloWorld Issue #11
Computing For Learners With Visual Impairments – HelloWorld Issue #11
Temperature Recording with the BBC micro:bit – HelloWorld Issue# 11

Support the awesome team at the Raspberry Pi foundation and purchase a copy here – <Hello World Store>. Download an electronic copy of “Hello World” from the – Hello World website.

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