The Female Perspective of Computer Science: Why Arts and Social Science Needs Code: Testimonials. One good post leads to another.
Piloting after school clubs to ignite interest in Computer Science | Research Blog. A robust extra-curricular model for teaching CS (or what us humanists call proceduracy).
Afterschool and Expanded Learning | American Institutes for Research. As we explore options for 2013 and beyond, the American Institute for Research’s report, Beyond the Bell, will be a good … Continue reading
An amazing interview with Alan Kay. He continues to articulate the sorts of goals we have at with our FargoXO project and the kinds of goals digital humanists can be … Continue reading
Scalable Game Design wiki – Gamewiki. Great project thinking about “scalability” of teaching CS and Computational Thinking to middle school students and teachers. I see they have a South Dakota … Continue reading
One Tablet Per Child: Walter Bender Discusses Future of OLPC | GBI Portal. I remember hearing that Walter was speaking to USAID but I just stumbled across this report on … Continue reading
News from the Classroom – Columbus School for Girls One Laptop Per Child 2012. Great service learning project!� Probably has some of the key elements that draw and keep girls … Continue reading
Our Sugar Labs team will be heading back to Madison Elementary on January 24th–a 7 week schedule with emphasis on Physics and Etoys. We didn’t use Physics last year, during … Continue reading
Regular Meeting Time Will 11am on Thursdays work? Yes: Kevin, Chris, Jade, and David Not sure: Matt and Emily Tech Team – Spring Curriculum Planning 3 Week Physics Challenge — … Continue reading