Raspberry Pi seminars on diversity and inclusion 7th December 2020

The Royal Academy of Engineering and the Raspberry Pi Foundation are launching a series of research seminars on diversity and inclusion in computing education.

The seminars aim to ensure computing is accessible to all, that we understand how to actively remove barriers to participation for learners, and that we understand how to teach computing in an inclusive way.

The seminars will take place on the first Tuesday of every month at 17.00 – 18.30 GMT and start on Tuesday 5 January where Dr Peter Kemp (King’s College London) and Dr Billy Wong (University of Reading) will be looking at computing education in England, particularly GCSE computer science, and how it is accessed by groups typically underrepresented in computing.

Link to the blog making the announcement: https://www.raspberrypi.org/blog/diversity-inclusion-computing-education-research-seminars/

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