Mr Lau Learning

My reflections on teaching and learning in the UK. Specialist subjects: Computing / ICT / Media

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Posts by Mr Lau Learning

Top 5 websites for copyright free music for video projects

If your students need a backing soundtrack for their video projects, here are five websites which they can use: Audionautix– A search engine for Creative […]

5 mistakes I made when teaching Computing - Ten Year Review

5 mistakes I made when teaching Computing This article originally appeared in Terry Freedman's Digital Education Newsletter in July 2016 and was published to his […]

New Book on Teaching Computing in Secondary Schools

The blog has been a bit quiet over the past 12 months as I've been working on a new book entitled "Teaching Computing in Secondary […]

7 Mistakes I made whilst teaching Computing and what I will do differently next year

Three years ago, the landscape for ICT teachers in the UK began to change. I realised that I would need to adapt to teach Computing, […]

Metaphors for Computing - A collaborative project

Many teachers have come to realise the power of metaphors. If this is not something you've tried or if you are slightly skeptical, I highly […]

Introducing Code Club – Linda Sandvik

Code Club is an after school club started by two highly-motivated young ladies, Clare Sutcliffe and Linda Sandvik. Their aim is to teach every child […]

Update on the DFE and Vital Consultation on ICT #GuardianCS

Peter Twining started his session by restating that the Disapplication of the current ICT Programmes of Study (POS) will begin in September 2012, with a new […]

Agile Pedagogy with Miles Berry

Miles Berry leads ICT education at the University of Roehampton and is also the chair of NAACE. Miles is a real story teller and as such, […]

Things good schools do

This is a bit of an experiment in collaborative writing. How it works is that you copy this entire post verbatim, and add one thing […]

5 tutorials every media studies teacher and student should watch

Stop meddling. We're medaling just fine #Olympics

Education has long been a political football. Politicians love meddling with the school system to no avail. This creates waves of instability and is not […]

My thoughts on A-Level grades falling #ResultsDay

I will start by saying our overall results remain excellent, 100% A-C at AS and 90% A-B at A2 for the subjects I teach (Media […]

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