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Welcome to the Hello World podcast for educators interested in computing and digital making in the classroom. Join your hosts from the Raspberry Pi Foundation as we explore the exciting world of computing and digital making education and hear from educators, learners, and experts along the way. In each episode, you'll meet exciting guests, hear their stories, learn something new, and have some fun along the way. And you can always read more about computing and digital making education in Hello World magazine. Subscribe for free at http://helloworld.cc

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Explore how AI can be applied in the classroom, and find out how educators are teaching their students about how AI works and how to use it.
Explore the current state of computing education and consider where it is heading next in this episode of the Hello World podcast.
Explore the keys skills and attributes that successful computing educators have in common and how to go about developing them in this episode of the Hello World podcast.
Discover how to help learners keep themselves and their data safe online, and explore how cybersecurity can get them interested in computing.Full show notes here: rpf.io/hwp-s6e3
This week our hosts and guest speakers discuss the role computing communities can play in computing educators lives. They share what communities they're a part of and the experiences they’ve had as community leaders.Read the full show notes here: rpf.io/hwp-s6e2
This week we're exploring the big question "Do kids still need to learn how to code?" Our hosts James and Veronica pose the question to our guests who share their experiences from the classroom, voice their opinions and discuss the implications of AI within computing education. Full show notes: rpf.io/hwp-s6e1
Have you ever considered writing for Hello World magazine? Do you have an idea, experience, or opinion you want to share? In our final episode of season 5, James and Gemma are joined by three experienced writers of Hello World articles to discuss the various benefits, motives and tips for sharing experiences in Hello World.Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/why-write-for-hello-world
This week we're discussing the benefits of running an extracurricular club for both the learners that attend, and you, the educator or volunteer that runs them. These clubs come in many different shapes and sizes, and in this episode, James and Laura, along with guests, explore Code Clubs, CoderDojo clubs, esports clubs, and many more in between. We also delve into some of the barriers to setting up an extracurricular club and how some of these can be overcome.Full show notes:https://hellowor...
This week we're exploring the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on the global challenge of climate change. The relationship between these two topics is complex as, like any digital technology, AI consumes energy and has potential negative consequences for the climate. However, its judicious application can drive all sorts of insights and innovation that help us combat climate change. It is not, however, an instant solution that can fix all the challenges we face.Full show notes:https://h...
This week we're taking a mini tour to look at the state of computing education in different parts of the world. James, Divya, and guests discuss the similarities, differences, challenges, and opportunities of delivering computing education in England, Kenya, India, and Iraq.Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-does-computing-education-look-like-around-the-world
We're excited to be back, bringing you conversations about computing education. For our first episode, we're exploring an emerging field in computing and how we might approach it with students. We'll be asking our expert guests, "What role does philosophy have in computing education?"Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-role-does-philosophy-have-in-computing-education
Welcome to Season 5 of the Hello World podcast. We're excited to be back, bringing you conversations about computing education. For our first episode, we're exploring an emerging field in computing and how we might approach it with students. We'll be asking our expert guests, "What on earth is quantum computing?"Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-on-earth-is-quantum-computing
In our final episode for this season we ask the question "What makes an effective computing PD experience?".Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-makes-an-effective-computing-pd-experience
In this episode we'll explore whether this is sustainable and ask, "Does upgrade culture need an upgrade?"Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/does-upgrade-culture-need-an-upgrade
Recently we've been thinking about the connection between computing education and the computing workplace and asking "What can computing educators learn from industry?"Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-can-computing-educators-learn-from-industry
We’ve been thinking about the challenges that many people, young and old, encounter and ask “Can teaching coding skills help tackle inequality?"Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/can-teaching-coding-skills-help-tackle-inequality
We continue our fourth season by exploring techniques, approaches and technology that teachers can use to support all their learners in developing digital skillsFull show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/how-can-we-support-all-students-in-developing-key-digital-skills
To kick off our fourth season we ask the question "Are computing competitions worth the effort?". What's in it for our learners, and what can we take from the experience?Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/are-computing-competitions-worth-the-effort
In our final episode for this season we ask the question "What does ecology have to do with digital making?". Are there parallels between ecology and computing systems, and how do we use the latter to help us understand, measure, and protect our natural environment?Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspberrypi.org/articles/what-does-ecology-have-to-do-with-digital-making
In this episode we explore the role learners can play as digital leaders, supporting the development of computing in school settings whilst themselves learning valuable skills. Sway and James talk to educators who have introduced digital leader programmes in their schools. These programmes increase the visibility of computing across the school and empower learners who have a particular interest in the subject to support computing in their other lessons.Full show notes:https://helloworld.raspb...
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