New Computing Coordinator in your school? Check out my 3-part guide

My series of articles on the TES Subject Genius blog focus on different areas to consider when becoming Computing coordinator in your school. This guide is aimed at primary teachers and settings, where more often than not, becoming in charge of computing is something thrust upon staff, rather than a choice they make.

My guide looks at three key areas:

  1. auditing available resources and schemes of work.
  2. improving subject knowledge and increasing staff confidence.
  3. working with others

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