@infovore That’s exactly my feeling. I think CompSci should be /available/, and included in pre-GCSE curriculum (like drama, art, whatever).
11:46am Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter for Mac in reply to infovore
@infovore And then simply optional at GCSE.
11:47am Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter for Mac in reply to infovore
@infovore I'm concerned over implementation too - Kit, updates, Procurement, Corporates - Visual Basic. and teaching - Great idea but ...
11:48am Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter for Mac in reply to infovore
@infovore Teach kids to program in Latin!
11:50am Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter for Mac in reply to infovore
@infovore I have reservations too, but almost *every* subject is “forced on” kids at school - few would choose most subjects they study.
11:50am Jan 11th 2012 via Echofon in reply to infovore
@tobybarnes @infovore from stuff I've seen on TV today it's still not going to be about MAKING new things or getting kids interested in same
11:50am Jan 11th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to tobybarnes
@tobybarnes @infovore (learning how to use visual app-builder doesn't generate the next wave of coders that could WRITE those app-builders)
11:51am Jan 11th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to tobybarnes
@infovore is forcing maths on kids, many of whom will hate it, wrong? CompSci seems closer in utility to maths than latin to me.
12:23pm Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter Web Client in reply to infovore
@infovore true - but a lot of us hated games and now think computers are good - this will create a properly post digital generation
5:12pm Jan 11th 2012 via Twitter for iPhone in reply to infovore
@maxgadney @infovore I came to gaming quite late on. For me, computers were about making/reading about music.
5:16pm Jan 11th 2012 via TweetDeck in reply to maxgadney
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