The Raspberry Pi Foundation hosts regular online seminars focusing on current computing education research topics, featuring presentations from researchers from around the world. The seminars showcase some of the latest work in the field of computing education research. Recently, work undertaken by CSER Researchers was presented as part of this series.
Empowering students to create their preferred futures by solving problems, creating solutions and inspiring innovation are key aims of the Digital Technologies curriculum. Core to achieving these aims is Design Thinking, Systems Thinking and Computational Thinking.
We are seeking passionate educators to champion our latest Cyber Security and Awareness resources in schools. You don't need to be a cyber security expert - just passionate about raising awareness and engaging teachers and students!
What is a merge cube? Have you thought about using them in the classroom?
The CSER Team have been busy developing a series of webinars and online workshops covering a range of issues for implementing digital technologies into the classroom, looking at specific resources, considering the important role of leadership and more.
CSER Researcher, Dr Thushari Atapattu and PhD student Menasha Thilakaratne, were successfully awarded $20,000 from the South Australian Defence Innovation Partnership Program to commence research on developing an ‘automated glossary from scientific articles on COVID-19’ under the initiative on ‘AI for decision making’.