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November 14, 2016

Curious About Teaching Coding? Check Out These Resources

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Curious about teaching coding? Check out these resources
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Curious about teaching coding? Check out these resources
Bringing coding into your curriculum can seem daunting. But coding, and computational thinking, are skills students need for future success.
Find out how to get started with coding by participating in #ISTEChat Nov. 17 at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET and find out how to participate in Hour of Code.
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Media Literacy Then, keep learning with the upcoming ISTE book, No Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the Curriculum.
No Fear Coding helps educators integrate coding into their curriculum by embedding computational thinking skills into a range of content area activities.
You’ll find:

  • Classroom-tested lessons and activities designed for skills progression.
  • Ready-to-implement coding exercises that educators can incorporate across the curriculum.
  • Case studies, tech tools and resources for teaching coding.
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