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TeachPaperless: Teaching Kids Programming

TeachPaperless: Teaching Kids Programming.

A very simple, straight forward argument (with links to resources) that kids today need to be taught computer programming.  We must be on to something, and maybe we can expand these kinds of arguments to not just talk about programming, but to talk about “smart computing”: using computers and related technology for social entrepreneurship, civic engagement, creative expression, and a little less first person shooting.


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This entry was posted on September 29, 2011 by in smartcomputing.


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