Serif in Education

Geometry in Computing

The world is full of geometric objects that we use every day – for example your desk, your table, your chair. Geometry is known as the visual study of shapes, sizes, patterns, and positions. It occurs across the curriculum and across subjects such as design technology (making an object, building), …

Using music videos for creative projects to combine multiple applications across a range of devices

This week, it is time for some music trivia.

“You could have a steam train….. if you just lay down your tracks.”

From which popular 80’s song are those lyrics?

It’s Peter Gabriel’s 1980’s hit Sledgehammer, of course! And perhaps the lyrics aren’t the real reason why everyone remembers that …

Robots in the classroom

Ok – so we’re not quite living like the Jetsons. And our cars aren’t quite transformers. We don’t all have a pet hologram and we’re not surrounded by elaborate robotic contraptions. But with over one million household robots – and a further 1.1 million industrial robots – operating worldwide today, …

Layered Animation

With the imminent release of the new “Minions” movie coming to our screens during June 2015, following the great success of the hit movies “Despicable Me” and “Despicable Me 2”, there has begun a wave of hysteria in shops and online.  Advertisers rushing to create the next minion-led accessory, social …

Teacher training and the Computing Curriculum

With the introduction of new Computing curriculum, students in England are now expected to get familiar with many new concepts and ideas, including programming. Studying under the new Computing curriculum, children as young as five years old will be able to learn and develop computational thinking. They are also expected …

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