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

Books for budding computer scientists: A comprehensive reading list

Literacy and reading is important for every subject. Indeed every teacher should be a teacher of reading. Given the importance of subject-specific texts, I have […]

Developing principles for teacher education programs and practices

I am coming to the end of my first year of an Msc in Teacher Education. For our most recent assignment, we were asked to […]

Semantic Waves Legitimation Code Theory LCT | Computing At School CAS Conference for teachers

Re-presenting my conference session from the last CAS London Conference (2020) Download the slides and resources at:

Computing pedagogy blogs: Blogs I read

If you're a regular reader of this blog, you will hopefully have found some of my blogs useful. The most read ones are shown on […]

Remote teaching during a pandemic

(10 Min Read) Teaching remotely has the same goals as teaching face to face. Some of these goals are: Transfer of declarative knowledge and procedural […]

Key Dates for Computing Teachers 2020-2021

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The Little Book of Algorithms 2.0

Following the success of the Little Book of Algorithms - Over 20,000 downloads and hundreds sold worldwide, I'm pleased to announce version 2.0. The publishing […]

Remote CPD for teachers

During the lockdown, I have received a few emails from teachers about what we can do to keep abreast of curriculum changes and also develop […]

What every teacher training programme should teach

I have been very fortunate to have had the opportunity to observe hundreds of lessons and work directly with mentoring and supporting more than 30 […]

Computing At School (CAS) London Conference 2020

24 hours have passed since my third CAS London conference, so here is a write-up. This is my second time presenting at the CAS London […]

A Just Cause

I’ve been reading Simon Sinek’s “The Infinite Game” during my morning reading session with my sixth formers.  Occasionally, I’ll read excerpts to them as it’s […]

Quick Fire Five

The Quick Fire Five is derived from Doug Lemov’s Do Now in Teach Like a Champion 2.0. In brief, a Do Now should: Involve students putting […]

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