The following summary of education-related themes in EM indicates resources on which one of the Summer examination questions will be based.
They comprise several papers on EM and educational technology:
EM means more than adding dependency to the repertoire of programming constructs ...
- Programming-with-dependency for educational technology: Imagine-d Logo 
EM is better integrated with learning than procedural programming e.g. in Logo [2,3]
- Constructionism revisited - epistemological pluralism (cf. the online video of a seminar given at the Nottingham LSRI in November 2010)
How construals support construction ... 
- Integrating the roles of pupil, teacher and developer
Why this is significant as far as the nature of the learning activity is concerned :
- The Experiential Framework for Learning and "Understanding forwards"
How this relates to our conception of computer science, and CS education :
- Constructive Computer Science education
How this agenda is linked with the broader philosophical position of constructivism :
- The Promises of Constructivism
- Chris Roe and Meurig Beynon. Dependency by definition in Imagine-d Logo: applications and implications. In Ivan Kalaš (ed.) Proc. of the 11th European Logo Conference 19-24 August 2007, Bratislava, Slovakia
- Meurig Beynon and Antony Harfield. Constructionism through Construal by Computer. Constructionism 2010, The American University of Paris, August 2010
- Meurig Beynon. Computing technology for learning - in need of a radical new conception. In Journal of Educational Technology & Society, 10 (1), 94-106, 2007.
- W.M.Beynon and Chris Roe. Computer support for constructionism in context. In Proc. of ICALT'04, Joensuu, Finland, August 2004, 216-220.
- Meurig Beynon. Towards Technology for Learning in a Developing World. In Proc. IEEE 4th International Workshop on Technology for Education in Developing Countries, Iringa, Tanzania, July 2006, 88-92.
- Meurig Beynon, Antony Harfield and Richard Myers. Web Eden: support for computing as construction?. Proceedings of the 9th Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research (ed. Pears and Schulte), Technical Report 2010-027, Information Technology, Uppsala University, Sweden, November 2010, 47-50
- Meurig Beynon and Antony Harfield. Lifelong Learning, Empirical Modelling and the Promises of Constructivism. Journal of Computers, Volume 2, Issue 3, May 2007, 43-55.