The Soure Code for Education


Programming Code Notebook Free Printables

I’ve been teaching programming in Computer Science for fifteen years and I’m always looking for ways to make it better. Most recently I’ve been focussing on how students can take better notes when learning the concepts of programming through code, and I think I have a working model for note taking when dealing with code […]


We’re back

This website has been languishing in obscurity for a while. This post marks the start of the rebuilding process and the redevelopment of the site to serve as a portal to all of the exciting pedagogical creations that we are developing. This site was quietly retired in early 2018 due to the platform and setup […]


Question Level Analysis and Reflection to improve exam success

Most of us teach material that will be assessed in an examination of some form or another, but upcoming changes to GCSEs mean that for all of us the focus on teaching exam technique will become more and more important. One of the major issues that I’ve found to be holding learners back from excelling […]


#TMNSL Workshop Summary: Stop Getting IT Wrong!

Stop Getting IT Wrong! Workshop Summary Digital learning is not something to be scared of or to be worried about. It’s just learning. No one called it ‘Pen based learning’ when we moved away from slate tablets, but I’m sure there were a few people reluctant to change their ways, or that didn’t quite ‘get’ […]


Top Ten Starter Points for Digital Learning

1. There is a time and effort overhead to starting anything new So work with it. Build it into your planning and do not use the new ‘thing’ just once. It takes time for people to learn to use any new technology, so make sure that you have the time to deal with that before you […]


Introduction to Python – Posters

Since I’ve turned to the dark side, and been developing A-Level resources for Python, I thought I’d take a stab at putting some of the more important syntax into poster form so that I can distribute them around the classroom. They cover a basic syntax of everything you’d need up to, and including, using lists […]

Education. Computer Science. Digital skills.

Lesson Hacker is a website dedicated to Education, Computer Science and Digital Skills – everything that we do is with those three concepts as our key purposes.