Monday, February 17, 2014

Interesting Links 17 February 2014

We’re having quite the winter here in New England this year. chain linksPeople in warm climates keep telling me about how warm it is there as if that would get me going. But I like the snow so I’m all good. I hope you are enjoying the weather where you are. In any case, here now are the links I found interesting over the last week.

Do Things That Help You Become Less Wrong Eugene Wallingford writes about teaching students testing and debugging. A favorite topic of mine.

Computer science professor Tony Morelli creates games for children with disabilities. Interesting project. I think it would be even better with Kinect than with Wii but that’s me. What do you think? 

Innovators and Explorers Sandbox - I love reading about how Doug Bergman (@dougbergmanUSA) runs his school’s computer science program. Take a read.

Know an administrator who's changing the future of Computer Science education? Nominate them for the Administrator Impact Award sponsored by CSTA and Code.Org.

Mark Guzdial gives a wrap up of the Media coverage of analysis of AP CS 2013 exam results at the CACM Blog.

Celebrate Canadian Computing Education Day 2014 in Video (and in Song, If You Like) via @csteachersa

Two Kinect Speech Tips – more helpful information on Channel 9’s Coding For Fun site.

Announcing CSTA's keynote speakers for 2014: Yasmin Kafai and Michael K├Âlling. Join us July 14-15 in IL. Register now!

Looks like there will be a HS Hackathon in the San Jose area   March 8-9 at Paypal HQ.

This weeks interesting video to share is 15 Sorting Algorithms in 6 Minutes Some interesting visualizations.

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