At King’s College London we are involved in research to better understand the teaching and learning of programming in school.
PRIMM is one approach that we hope can help teachers structure lessons in programming. It is based on research into
At King’s College London we are pleased to host a visiting researcher, Filiz Kalelioğlu, from Turkey, who is researching pedagogy
Phase 1: Threshold Concepts in Functions and Procedural Abstraction The first phase of our research was successfully completed. The purpose
Many teachers are able to recognise that students can find programming difficult and can identify the stages that novice school-aged
WIPSCE (Workshop in Primary and Secondary Computing Education) is a great conference for those interested in computer science education in
Jane Waite: CAS London Project Manager, based at King’s College London, has had a poster accepted at WiPSCE 2016. Jane