Interview with Beverly Clarke

“Before the age of 12 I had no interaction with Tech; having an influential computing teacher changed everything and allowed me to be where I am today.”

“Through writing my book,  “Computer Science Teacher – Insight Into the Computing Classroom “, I have inspired others to get into the computing education.”

Beverly Clarke is the author of the book – Computer Science Teacher – insight into the computing classroom, she works for BCS-the Chartered Institute for IT as the Computing at School (CAS) National Community Manager responsible for the management and delivery of the CAS activity as part of the National Centre for Computing Education (NCCE).

She is enthusiastic at finding ways to engage students with the curriculum and to support teachers to develop their practice. Some examples of her work include work on an Artificial Intelligence curriculum for K-12, projects for BBC Bitesize, DfE, TES and being on the Bett advisory board.

Today she took time out of her busy schedule to talk to Ian Symonds about her life and career thus far.


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