Monday, January 18, 2016

Interesting Links 18 January 2016

Last week was a good week as computer science education was called out by the President of the United States. And a student of mine, me and some other great people were quoted in an article on NPR The President Wants Every Student To Learn Computer Science. How Would That Work?
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Registration is open for the 2016 CSTA Conference, July 10-12, in San Diego. Don’t miss it!

Doug Peterson takes on lottery inspired programming projects in a post at In praise of lotteries I use some of these ideas already. Do you?

Structure of my Computer Science Classes is the first blog post by Dan Schellenberg. HS Computer Science & Mathematics in Saskatoon, Canada I’ve added his blog to my Computer Science Education blogroll.

Dan’s second post is Simple Steganography Using Processing which looks like a really cool project with lots of great learning involved.

Computational thinking is implausible. Our goal should be computational literacy.  Interesting post by Mark Guzdial. Opinions?

40 Key Computer Science Concepts Explained In Layman’s Terms A range of quality of answers but some good starting points.

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