@article {MATHEDUC.06494836,
author = {Dixon, Robert},
title = {Gove computing.},
year = {2014},
journal = {Mathematics Teaching},
volume = {239},
issn = {0025-5785},
pages = {44-46},
publisher = {Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), Derby},
abstract = {Summary: It is often easy for policy makers to criticise the status quo. But, in computing terms the status-quo is likely to have a life that can be measured in units smaller than hours. Thus, to set out notions of future planning and development in curriculum terms, might be likened to `finding the end of a rainbow'. However as the author suggests, `While I do not suppose that programming should be a compulsory subject for all, I do think that it is a wonderful companion to mathematics and science'. Taking this as a starting point, here are well documented examples of using a programming language to develop a general purpose technical drawing program, together with an application of computing in numerical integration. Or, maybe policymakers are working on an approach that best fits the description -- ``back to yesterday's future".},
msc2010 = {D30xx (U70xx G40xx N40xx)},
identifier = {2015f.00311},
}