If this is Monday it must be Charleston. Seriously though I am in Charleston SC for a two day mini conference with a small group of great educators. More on that when I get home in a few days. Last week was the CSTA Conference followed by the CSTA Board meeting. Lots of good stuff. With a lot of in person conversations I wasn’t online as much as usual but I still have a few good links to share.
No Room For Lone Wolves: via Doug Peterson
@dougpete Lessons for teachers of CS from pro developers as shared at the closing keynote from the CSTA Conference. The video of that keynote and many other sessions will be available soon.
CSTA's New Assessment Landscape Study was released during the conference. Take a look.
Free PD for teachers who want to teach Computer Science Principles from
@Harvard and professor @davidjmalan A few more openings so if you are in the area around Boston look into it. I’m taking it.
Bob Irving blogged about attending CSTA and included links about his Minecraft presentation.
Top Ten Myths about Teaching Computer Science Int3resting post on the blog@CACM | Communications of the ACM by Mark Guzdial. What do you think? Myths or true?
Some great news to kickstart the week: ScratchJr is now officially available for Android 4.2+ in
Raspberry Pi? Why Yes, I’ll Have Pi Cluster - Reed's Ruminations: A Blog by Dan Reed – imagine a super computer made up of very small, very inexpensive computers.
BTW Start thinking now about next year’s CSTA Annual Conference.