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ICT and Computing teachers

Where bits and bytes meet in the classroom (apologies for the pun, couldn't resist) ;) If you teach ICT or Computing as specific subjects, whatever level or curriculum, here's a place to share ideas / experiences / resources.

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Comment by Jenny Smith on August 9, 2010 at 6:35pm
An introduction - I teach ICT to middle school students and Computing to senior high school students. I can go from teaching the basics of Microsoft Word or online safety to younger students to teaching VIsual Basic programming and CPU architecture to seniors. I'm based in New Zealand, but follow the University of Cambridge International Examinations as my curriculum. Once upon a time I taught English as well, but that was a while ago.
What are other people's backgrounds?
Jenny
 

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