Tertiary Catalogue

Series: Information and Communication Technology


Behaving Ethically Online

Behaving Ethically Online

The message of this teen-centred video is that all students have a responsibility to behave ethically online. Teenage hosts discuss the components which make up cyberbullying, and how to become an “upstander” rather than a bystander. The...Show More
Can Any Class be a Computer Science Class?

Can Any Class be a Computer Science Class?

Taylor from the education team at Kano answers some questions from an Ask Me Anything.
Codes and Canines: Data Transmission and Storage

Codes and Canines: Data Transmission and Storage

This creative programme takes students on a journey as Kat teaches them about data storage and communication. Powerful visual diagrams and animations are used throughout, in order to aid students’ understanding of the concepts that are...Show More
Collaboration

Collaboration

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain the importance of a paired or group environment
Creating Great Passwords

Creating Great Passwords

There are dangers on the Internet, but there are also things we can all do to protect ourselves online. This video gives some key pointers for staying safe online, including checking for secure connections, creating good passwords and using...Show More
Cyberbullying: Identify, Understand, Prevent

Cyberbullying: Identify, Understand, Prevent

Teenagers are an online population. They use the Internet, mobile phones, instant messaging, and text messaging to talk to friends, gather information, post photos, check out sports scores, and practice their social skills on a larger population....Show More
Defuse the Situation: Online Search and Review

Defuse the Situation: Online Search and Review

It’s high drama – police have identified a time-bomb in a car boot. Brave Constable Taviner decides to defuse it herself – brave because she has no idea what she’s doing. In a flash, skills coach Ray Roundtree appears to save the day with...Show More
Differentiation

Differentiation

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain what to do when students learn at different speeds
Encouraging Parental Engagement

Encouraging Parental Engagement

Taylor from the education team at Kano answers some questions from an Ask Me Anything.
Formative Assessment in Computer Science

Formative Assessment in Computer Science

Taylor from the education team at Kano answers some questions from an Ask Me Anything.
Getting Help

Getting Help

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain the importance of playing with the Technology, working with others and posing questions to your students and where to get help.
ICT in Organisations

ICT in Organisations

For any modern organisation, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is fundamental to how they operate. But how do we actually define ICT’s and what is the specific role they play in business? Experts with a lifelong understanding of...Show More
Introduction & Overview

Introduction & Overview

This introduction to teaching coding in the classroom will give you an overview of what to expect over this course. Soon you'll get young people to engage with coding through physical computing, use storytelling to make coding fun, and much more.
Let's Build the Internet: Networking

Let's Build the Internet: Networking

In this animated programme, our character Sam shows students the basics of networking and data transmission. Engaging graphics are used to explain concepts clearly and visually, depicting how data is transmitted via cables and fibre optics, and...Show More
Making The Case For Investment

Making The Case For Investment

Taylor from the education team at Kano answers some questions from an Ask Me Anything.
Managing Assessment

Managing Assessment

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain how to manage assessment in four steps; products, process, habits of learning and understanding.
Managing Time

Managing Time

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain some of the challenges when managing time teaching coding.
My Digital Life

My Digital Life

'My Digital Life' explores the challenges and opportunities that the digital age and the popularity of social media offer. This thought-provoking programme discusses the issues of privacy and the digital footprint, the proven side effects of...Show More
Play & Exploration

Play & Exploration

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain how to teach coding through Play and Exploration in your classroom.
Reducing Your Digital Footprint

Reducing Your Digital Footprint

We all spend a lot of time on the Internet, so it's worth thinking about privacy issues. This video explores laws about personal information and ways to reduce your own digital footprint. With engaging Minecraft-style animations, this is an...Show More
The Approach

The Approach

The four-part method of the Kano course explained; Physical Computing, Simple Steps, Storytelling, Play & Exploration.
The Student Driven Classroom

The Student Driven Classroom

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain what a student driven classroom approach is, and how to prepare for it.
Troubleshooters

Troubleshooters

Taylor and Joanna from the education team at Kano explain how to build up students' confidence and how to troubleshoot.
What Is Cybercrime?

What Is Cybercrime?

We all know what physical crimes look like, but criminal activity on the Internet can be harder to spot. This video discusses the different types of cybercrime, including malware, viruses, phishing and other social engineering scams, and how to...Show More
Why Teach Coding?

Why Teach Coding?

Why teach coding? Lots of new jobs are out there, and coding skills are in big demand; and those jobs aren't just in technology companies.