Innovation in Language Learning

Edition 17

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Andrew Csizmadia

Institution: Newman University

Country: United Kingdom

Andrew taught computer science in secondary schools and post 16 education establishments in North Wales for over 15 years. Currently, he is employed full-time as a Senior Lecturer Secondary Computer Science at Newman University and seconded to the British Computer Society as the Academic the BCS Certificate in Computer Science Teaching. In addition, Andrew is a part-time PhD student at Nottingham Trent University, and his research focus is computational thinking and the designing and development of a computational thinking toolkit for teachers. Over the last few years, Andrew have been involved in both regional and national initiatives for supporting in-service teachers in the transition from teaching ICT to Computing, and especially coding. He was a member of the Computing At School Computational Thinking Working Group, and a co-author of the report: Computational Thinking: A guide for teachers. Andrew is a member of the board of and ITTE.

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