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If you’re not already passing it on down - what sort of legacy will you leave?
Each of us bears some responsibility towards supporting the next generation of , developers and creatives thereby ensure greater representation, balance and diversity in tech and STEM industries. Far from being a burden, there are many rewarding ways that we can all play our part.
This session will share examples of initiatives you might seek to engage digital makers of all ages and backgrounds, ranging from national programmes and strategies to simple low-cost strategies you can try yourself.
Expect to leave this session feeling inspired about small, practical steps you can take to ensure greater diversity and representation in tech.
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Inspire and Engage Digital Makers of All Ages and Backgrounds
Alan O’Donohoe @teknoteacher has 25 years experience teaching and leading Technology education in schools in Northern England. After introducing Computing into the school curriculum he supported many other schools to do likewise through a nationwide programme of professional development for teachers.