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Wednesday 30th January
1630 – 1730: MirandaMod: An
ICT curriculum for the
Knowledge Age
by John Cuthell
# Wednesday 30th January
1630 – 1730: MirandaMod: An
ICT curriculum for the
Knowledge Age

## Douglas Butler Maths

## Iris Lanny-Oracle

## general ideas

## Bill Mitchell

## Andrea Forbes

## Timothy Gowers

## Marilyn Leask

## Peter Ashbourne

## the curriculum

## How can we help young
people to know where the jobs
are?

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Resources that relate to the natural world

Data from the local gp

3 days workshops

Java programming courses

3 day active workshops

on the cusp of engineering, maths and other

What is real problem that needs to be solved

Should we alllow children to stop mathematics at 16- this is a language

!s the curriculum going to be all the same?

What lasts? lets share the knowledge ? new research crowd sourcing...

Adding multimodal learning

comaparing different algorithms

We should be teaching how things work

link with university computer departments

People how understand construction of users and creators not users of devices

Data is being monetised- informed citizens should know eg Google- this needs mathematics

Collaborative resources about how to do subtraction

No need to teach long division any more? They never understood what the algorithm?

The extra dimension in the East is visual- very important

I know that I ake this machine do somthing that it is not doing at the moment- hacking, robotics, engineering

BBC basic background 15%

Terminology

practical - highest number of unemployed and highest number of empty technical jobs

Socially empowered citizens should have programming knowledge

explain why an alogrighm works

Reasoning..

Who has access?

cur

ethics

ownership, copyright,

Where are the physics teachers