Kids, Computers, and Early Childhood in the UK - with Naomi Kerr
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Education systems are different around the world - but we can strive to make them as good and effective as possible no matter where they're located. This episode features Naomi Kerr, a pedagogical developer who used to be an Early Years teacher in the UK. She sat down with me to talk about her time teaching ICT (Information, Communication, and Technology) to little ones in rural UK, and discusses some of the differences between Finnish education and UK education.

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