To code or not to code?

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To code or not to code?

From coding to competence

How do we prepare students for a life immersed in this emerging digital environment?

Last year Deloitte’s Centre for the Edge and Geelong Grammar School looked into the question “should everyone learn how to code?”. Our new essay ‘To code or not to code? From coding to competence’ continues the conversation, unpacking what we mean by digital competency, how our relationship with digital tools is changing the nature of work and the demands on the worker and workplace, and creates a framework to help us answer the question: how do we prepare students for a life immersed in this emerging digital environment?

A national series of workshops will follow later in the year where the proposed digital competency model will be refined and a set of example cases and lessons that show digital competency in action will be created. Follow the Deloitte blog for updates or enquire about participating by contacting either of the lead investigators Peter Evans-Greenwood or Tim Patston.

To code or not to code?

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