Serif in Education

Teaching Digital Literacy as part of the Computing Curriculum

In February, TES Connect ran an article about the need for schools to teach “Digital Literacy” alongside reading, writing and Maths if the country is to address the urgent digital skills shortage.

It spoke about The House of Lords Digital Skills Committee calling on any future government …

A closer look at Digital Artefacts

We’re well and truly into the new Computing curriculum now, and I for one am especially interested in hearing stories about how teachers are faring in the classroom. I especially liked this article published a few weeks ago from International Business Times magazine, entitled “Coding in the classroom: How has …

The relevance of Safer Internet Day

Next week, on the 10th February 2015, schools and parents around the globe will be celebrating Safer Internet Day with the slogan ‘Let’s create a better internet together’.

Coordinated in theUKby the UK Safer Internet Centre, the celebration sees hundreds of organisations get involved to help promote the safe, responsible …

Exploring “Tradigital” art – how computers are being used to mix traditional art methods with digital methods

If you look around the web or indeed in many art galleries, you will see that this certainly isn’t the first time that artists or designers have used a range of different media and styles to create their masterpieces.  You will see a lot of pieces referred to as “mixed …

A New Year, a new curriculum mapping guide from Serif

We’re passionate about two things: creativity and supporting UK schools. As Christmas is often a time where we have the chance to pause, reflect and plan for the future, we thought that our very last blog before the New Year provided the perfect opportunity to mention our brand new Computing …

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