Simon Davenport

Simon Davenport

Simon has worked in education for a number of years and joined LEGO Education in 2011. He was responsible for the organisation of the First LEGO League—a programme using MINDSTORMS EV3 that aimed to inspire young students in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) careers.

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Tuesday, 16 January 2018 11:00

How far have we come with coding?

Coding has been around for a while now, yet how far have we really come in terms of teaching and learning? There still appears to be a certain nervousness among teachers when incorporating it into lessons, perhaps stemming from a lack of knowledge, skills or resources. Despite this, with a little time and practise, coding can be quite an easy task to weave into classroom activities. So let’s explore how teachers can get to grips with coding in the classroom, regardless of experience or the subjects that are taught.

Tuesday, 03 October 2017 10:00

Cracking the code through creativity

Computing has received somewhat of a mixed reaction from schools – after all, just the word “code” exudes a sense of mystery. There’s a reason why detectives will use the term “cracking the code” to describe a puzzle that needs solving, or obstacles that need to be overcome.

Wednesday, 12 April 2017 10:00

A 21st Century approach to learning

We’ve all come to appreciate that technology will play a significant role in the careers and workforces of the future. However, we’re yet to see how this will manifest in practice, so preparing today’s children for their future by arming them with transferrable and relevant skills is crucial.

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