Virtual School Meanderings

April 3, 2017

New Book Makes It Easy To Teach Coding To Kids

From Sunday’s inbox…

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ISTE Resources
New book makes it easy to teach coding to kids
Coding isn’t just for computer science class any more. Even the youngest learners can get started with coding and the computational thinking that supports it when these concepts are embedded across the curriculum.
Learn how to integrate coding and computational thinking skills across courses and grade levels in the new ISTE book, No Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum by Heidi Williams.
No Fear Coding You’ll find:

  • Classroom-tested lessons and activities.
  • Ready-to-implement coding exercises.
  • Alignment to ISTE’s student standards as well as the Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) Standards.
  • Case studies and explorations of technology tools and resources to teach coding.
Save 10 percent with coupon code Coding10. ISTE members save an additional 10 percent!
And don’t miss author Heidi Williams’ School Library Journal webinar on April 20when she’ll be part of a panel discussing “60 Tools in 60 minutes.” Register now!
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