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Sapientia

Our publication designed to deliver thought leadership, practical innovation, profiles of leading educational practitioners and more to our community of teaching and education professionals.

Everything you need to know about Computing, the curriculum, and the classroom

This edition of Sapienta leads with an article by Jill Hodges, Head of Amazon Future Engineer UK, who discusses the need for the education system to catch up with the pace of technological change to ensure students can fulfil and enjoy careers of the future.

Followed by Prof. Miles Berry who considers the potential of adaptive, or agile, teaching that accounts for varying levels of prior knowledge based on detailed assessment data. We also hear from Prof. Paul Curzon, who writes about improving lesson plans with sketchy semantic profiles.

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Sapientia Autumn Term 2023

Everything you need to know about Computing, the curriculum and the classroom.

“Engagement in computing” by Professor Miles Berry of the University of Roehampton leads our Autumn issue. Looking at the topic, causes and how this may be improved.

With Master Teacher Tig Williams providing his insights into “Writing an AI Policy for your school.” 

Plus recommended further reading and useful links to ICT for Education events.

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Sapientia Summer Term 2023

Everything you need to know about Computing, the curriculum and the classroom.

Miles Berry, Professor of Computing Education at the University of Roehampton, discusses the technology that powers ChatGPT and considers potential uses identified by teachers.

Amy Cartwright, Head of Computing and Head of Digital Innovation and Learning at Ibstock Place School, stresses the importance of Computing in the curriculum, arguing the case for more time and commitment to be invested in Computing in secondary schools.

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Sapientia Summer 2023

Everything you need to know about Computing, the curriculum and the classroom.

Professor Miles Berry, Professor of Computing Education at the University of Roehampton, looks at what some of the Ofsted research into teaching and learning has to say about Computing as a school subject.

Martin Bailey, primary school teacher, computing subject leader and specialist in the use of iPads, considers the value of QR codes in the classroom.

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