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2018-2019

11/07/18 You CAN Present at the CSTA Conference!

10/17/18 The Integration of Computer Science & Math in K-8

10/03/18 The Intersection of Computer Science & Language Arts in K-8

09/19/18 Integrating CS into Science Class

09/05/18 Let’s Get This Year Started

2017-2018

06/06/18 CS Summer Road Trip

05/16/18 What’s Happening in CS Education

05/02/18 Using Scratch to Teach K-8 Computer Science

04/18/18 Helping K-8 Students Correct Common Coding Misconceptions

04/04/18 Sliding For Home: Thrills of Victory, Agonies of Defeat, & Plans for the Future

03/21/18 Common Misconceptions in K-8 Computer Science

03/07/18 Computer Science Unplugged for 5-14 Year Olds

02/21/18 Differentiation in K-8 Computer Science

02/07/18 What Does Assessment Look Like in K-8 Computer Science?

01/17/18 Bugs are Good: Debugging & Troubleshooting as Powerful Ideas!

01/03/18 Let’s Get Physical - Physical Computing With 5-14 Year Olds

12/13/17 Books, Toys, & Games in Computer Science Class

12/06/17 How’s Your CSEdWeek Going?

11/15/17 Teaching the CSTA Impacts of Computing Standards

11/01/17 Teaching the Data & Analysis Concept of CSTA Standards

10/18/17 Teaching the Networks & The Internet Concept of CSTA Standards

10/04/17 Teaching the Computing Systems Concept of CSTA Standards

09/20/17 Power Up CS with PD

09/06/17 Back To School

2016-2017

07/09/17 Summer Mini-Chat

05/31/17 Desert Island Floppy Discs

05/17/17 Share-a-Palooza

05/03/17 Celebrating 10 Years of Scratch!

04/26/17 Our CS Classrooms: What Works & What Doesn’t

04/05/17 Managing Coding Projects

03/22/17 How to Teach Coding: Assessment & Reflection

03/08/17 How to Teach Coding: Debugging

02/22/17 How to Teach Coding: Helping Students Who Struggle

02/08/17 How to Teach Coding: Variables & Procedures

01/25/17 How to Teach Coding: Loops & Conditionals

01/11/17 Teaching Coding in Grades 3-5

12/14/16 All I Want For The Holidays Is ….

11/30/16 Advocating for Computer Science Education

11/16/16 Preparing for #CSEdWeek 2016

11/2/16 Integrating K-8 Computer Science Into Core Content Areas

10/19/16 Teaching Computer Science Through Game Creation

10/05/16 Standards in K-8 Computer Science

09/21/16 Computational Thinking in K-8 Education

09/07/16  Reflect, Iterate, Improve for the New Year

2015-2016

06/01/16  Summer Plans for CS Educators

05/18/16 Chat Attendee Questions

05/04/16 Robotics #CSforALL

04/20/16 Preparing Teachers for #CSforALL

04/06/16 Teaching Coding with Block-based vs Text-based Languages

03/23/16 Computer Science in the Math Classroom

03/09/16 Differentiation - Classroom Strategies to Reach ALL Students #CSForALL

02/24/16 Does Computer Science Really Include ALL? #CSforAll

02/10/16 Computer Science For All #CSforAll

01/27/16 Teaching Computer Science With Unplugged Activities

01/13/16 Computer Science - More Than Just Coding

12/16/15 Beyond the #HourofCode & #CSEdWeek

12/02/15 Classroom Activities for #CSEdWeek #HourofCode

10/28/15 Connecting Coding in K-8  to the Real World

10/14/15 Assessing Computer Science in K-8 How do you know students are learning?

09/30/15 Designing CS curriculum to meet the needs of your classroom

09/16/15 Back to School Special: New lessons and tools for a new year

2014-2015

05/20/15 School’s Out But Coding Continues: Summer plans for educators/students

05/06/15 Scratch Resources for Educators

04/22/15 Robotics/Physical Computing for 5-13 yr olds

04/08/15 Assessment in K-8 computer science. Is your CS program working?

03/25/15 How to prepare educators to teach coding/CS to 5-13 yr olds

03/11/15 Pedagogy: How to teach Computer Science to 5-14 year olds, not the what or why.

02/25/15 Coding for ages 11-13

02/11/15 Coding for ages 8-10

01/28/15 Coding Lessons for ages 5-7 What, Why and How?


2018-2019

11/07/18 You CAN Present at the CSTA Conference!

  1. Tell us about a great K-8 CS session that you attended at the CSTA or other conference. What was it about and what made it valuable to you as a participant? Share links to resources & names of presenter(s)!
  2. What K-8 CS topics do you feel have been missing or that need more exposure at the conferences/tech fairs that you have attended and why do you feel those topics would be valuable to include?
  3. Why would you want to present at a national conference like the 2019 CSTA Conference? What value does it offer to you?
  4. If you have been a presenter: Have you ever had a session that you proposed rejected? How did you overcome that to submit another proposal? If you have never presented: What is holding you back from submitting a proposal to the CSTA Conference?
  5. For those who are new to writing proposals: What help do you need for writing a proposal? For those who are comfortable writing proposals: What tips can you offer for writing a good proposal?
  6. If you propose a session and it is accepted, how will you fund attending the conference?
  7. Is there anything else that you would like to ask or share about presenting at the CSTA Conference?

Archive 07 November 2018

10/17/18 The Integration of Computer Science & Math in K-8

  1. Why would we want to integrate Computer Science and Math for 5-14 year old students? What advantages does this offer?
  2. What challenges are there in trying to integrate Computer Science and Math for 5-14 year old students and how might we overcome them?
  3. Are there math concepts that are easier or better to integrate with CS? Are there math concepts that are difficult to integrate with CS? Why?
  4. When integrating math and CS in K-8, how do you decide where to focus? Is it possible to teach a new concept in both at the same time?
  5. How might we integrate CS concepts other than programming into math classes in K-8?
  6. Share Time! Please share resources for integrating K-8 CS and Math including: lessons, pedagogical tips, projects, curriculum, websites, etc.
  7. Is there anything else that you would like to ask or share about integrating CS into Math or integrating Math into CS for 5-14 year old students?

Archive 17 October 2018

10/03/18 The Intersection of Computer Science & Language Arts in K-8

  1. Why would we want to integrate CS into Language Arts or Language Arts into CS for 5-14 year old students? What advantages does this offer?
  2. What challenges are there in trying to integrate CS and Language Arts for 5-14 year old students and how might we overcome them?
  3. How can we use literature/children’s books to teach Computer Science concepts?
  4. How can the integration of Language Arts and Computer Science be used to enhance writing/storytelling?
  5. What CS and Language Arts standards can be taught/reinforced when we integrate these subjects and how can we ensure that we cover both sets of standards?
  6. Share Time! Please share resources for integrating K-8 CS and Language Arts including: lessons, pedagogical tips, projects, etc.
  7. Is there anything else that you would like to ask or share about integrating CS into Language Arts or integrating Language Arts into CS for 5-14 year old students?

Archive 03 October 2018

09/19/18 Integrating CS into Science Class

  1. What are the advantages of integrating computer science into science classes?
  2. What challenges are there with integrating computer science into science classes and how might we overcome them?
  3. It’s time to share! Please share any resources, lessons, projects, etc. for integrating CS into science classes.
  4. Typically when we see integration into core content areas, it is with programming. Are there CS concepts other than programming that can be integrated into science class and how would we do this? http://bit.ly/CSTA-standardsProgression
  5. When integrating CS into science classes, how do you decide when to teach new concepts? Is it possible to teach a new concept in both science and CS at the same time?
  6. What supports are available or should be available for teachers who are new to CS when they are trying to integrate CS into science classes?
  7. How do we assess projects/artifacts that are created when CS is integrated into science classes?

Archive 19 September 2018

09/05/18 Let’s Get This Year Started

  1. What is something you learned this summer that you definitely plan to add to your CS classes this year?
  2. Who/What really impacted your learning this summer? Give this person/event/book a shout out and share why/how they/it supported YOUR learning.
  3. Thinking back to last school year, what worked well that you are planning again for this year? Please share links, student work, etc.
  4. Based on what you learned this summer and your experiences last year, what needs to change in your CS classes this year & why?
  5. What does your classroom look like? What’s good about it and what’s not so good? We would love to see pictures if you have them!
  6. What are your goals for your CS classes this year & how are you planning to get there? Please share your scope & sequence or pacing guides for your CS classes, if you have them.
  7. How did/do you start the year in your CS classes? What is the very first thing that happens in your CS classes?

Archive 05 September 2018

2017-2018

06/06/18 CS Summer Road Trip

  1.  As school ends, we pack away our memories of the year. What are some of your best memories from your CS classes this year?
  2. Let’s hit the road! Where will your summer computer science professional development plans take you this summer? This can be virtual or actual “travel”! What summer CS PD are you most excited about?
  3. Time to see old friends & make some new! If you are attending the CSTA Conference this summer (and you really should be!), what should we plan as a meetup for #csk8 educators? Not going to make it, how can we include you?
  4. Get out the map! What are your recommendations for mapping out a plan to make the most of conferences/other PD you will be attending this summer?
  5. Summer is a great time to catch up on reading, at home or on the road. What computer science or teaching related books, articles, blogs, etc. are on your reading list this summer?
  6. Time to explore some new sights! What computer science project or idea do you want to work on this summer?
  7. Summer is also time for teachers to relax & recharge. What plans do you have this summer for relaxing and recharging? This might not have anything to do with CS or teaching!

Archive 06 June 2018

05/16/18 What’s Happening in CS Education

  1.  Inspired by a blog post by @alfredtwo, what programming languages do you teach, what grade levels do you teach them at, and why?
    Original post: http://blog.acthompson.net/2018/05/does-it-matter-what-programming.html
  2.  Ever had hardware, Internet, lessons, or something else fail in your classes? How have you been resourceful in solving these problems?
    Inspired by post from @KIKIvsIT https://medium.com/@kikiprottsman/being-a-resourceful-educator-2867f4891a4
  3. After reading “Anti-Exams: A different approach to final exams” by @dougbergmanUSA, we are wondering what summative assessment looks like in your CS classes?
    Original post: http://innovativeteacher.org/exams-a-different-approach-to-final-exams/ 
  4. Current events and #ethicalCS have us wondering how you bring discussions of ethics into your #csk8 classes?
    Blog post: http://advocate.csteachers.org/2018/04/04/ethics-in-k-8-computer-science/
  5. What is happening with #CSEd in your school, district, or state that excites (or worries) you?
    Inspired by: https://medium.com/@codeorg/computer-science-mania-sweeps-the-us-b38e6b7518c3
  6. Our questions tonight were inspired by blog posts & tweets from the #CSEd community. Who inspires you with their blog posts or tweets? Please share links!

Archive 16 May 2018

05/02/18 Using Scratch to Teach K-8 Computer Science

  1. Why should we use ScratchJr/Scratch/Snap! in our K-8 computer science classes? What advantages do these environments offer?
  2. How can we insure that students are learning the concepts we need them to learn (events, loops, conditionals, etc.) while still allowing students to express themselves creatively? Shared examples welcome.
  3. How can we extend Scratch beyond the basics to include things like custom blocks, video sensing, physical computing, ScratchX extensions, etc.?
  4. What are the challenges of using ScratchJr/Scratch/Snap! in computer science classes and how might we overcome them?
  5. How can we plan for and encourage collaboration on projects in the Scratch eco-system given that the programming environments don’t allow more than one student to code on a project?
  6. How can we integrate ScratchJr/Scratch/Snap! into other content areas? Please share examples.
  7. Are there any other questions you would like to ask or things you would like to share about using ScratchJr/Scratch/Snap! to teach K-8 computer science?

Archive 02 May 2018

04/18/18 Helping K-8 Students Correct Common Coding Misconceptions

  1. What can we do to make sure that we are identifying the coding misconceptions of our 5-14 year old students? Please share assignments or projects that lend themselves to revealing misconceptions about coding.
  2. What are some misconceptions that you have seen from your students when they are programming loops? How can we help students to correct these?
  3. What are some misconceptions about conditionals that you have seen when your students are programming and how can we help students correct these?
  4. What are some misconceptions that you have seen when students are using variables in their programs? How can we help them to correct these?
  5. What misconceptions have you seen around procedures or functions (this includes more blocks in Scratch)? How can we help students to correct these?
  6. What misconceptions have you seen students encounter when they transition from a block-based programming language to a text based language? How can we help students to correct these?
  7. Are there any misconceptions you’ve seen that we missed? What are they and how can they be corrected?
  8. Thinking about teacher development, what do teachers need to learn in order to recognize and address these misconceptions? How can they learn this?

Archive 18 April 2018

04/04/18 Sliding For Home: Thrills of Victory, Agonies of Defeat, & Plans for the Future

  1. It's a HOME RUN! What lessons / units / activities in your K-8 computer science class(es) this year were home runs? Share links if you have them.
  2. 1 ... 2 ... 3 Strikes, You're Out! We know it's not all successes. Let's share some strikeouts you've experienced this year. How might you revisit these and turn them into hits?
  3. Put me in Coach - I’m ready to play, today! Who do you go to when you need some coaching for your CS class(es)?
  4. 7th Inning Stretch! Now that spring break is over (or almost over), what are your plans to finish the year strong and end with a winning “season”?
  5. Buy me some peanuts & Cracker Jacks! What new equipment / supplies do you hope to get before the year ends or at least by the time next year begins? How would this add to your CS program?
  6. Final Out - Game’s Over! How do you and your students celebrate the wins & losses in your CS class(es)?

Archive 04 April 2018

03/21/18 Common Misconceptions in K-8 Computer Science

  1. What misunderstandings or misconceptions do students (& teachers) have about computer science, its role in their lives, its value to them, and who can be a computer scientist?
  2. It is not uncommon to hear that elementary or middle school students are too young to learn computer science. What might we do to dispel this misconception?
  3. What can we do to change the misconception that you must be good in math in order to be good at computer science?
  4. As computing becomes more ubiquitous and abstracted (e.g., voice activated assistants, IOT, self-driving cars), how can we help students (and teachers) overcome the misconception that computing devices just magically do things?
  5. How might we dispel the misconception that a school needs to have the newest computers, expensive robots, dedicated CS teachers, etc. in order to teach computer science?
  6. There can be misconceptions about CS based on the demographics of a school community. What can these be & what can we do to help students & school communities get beyond them to achieve #CSforAll?
  7. Do you have any other misconceptions that we need to dispel about computer science in K-8?

Archive 21 March 2018

03/07/18 Computer Science Unplugged for 5-14 Year Olds

  1. How can unplugged activities help us to teach computer science and meet CSTA or State CS Standards?
  2. How do you scaffold unplugged activities to differentiate for students based on age/ability/experience?
  3. What are the benefits of using unplugged activities to teach computer science concepts to 5-14 year olds?
  4. What are the challenges of using unplugged activities to teach computer science concepts to 5-14 year olds?
  5. What are your favorite unplugged activities that teach CS concepts? Please share links to resources!

Archive 07 March 2018

02/21/18 Differentiation in K-8 Computer Science

  1. What challenges do you face in reaching all students in your CS classes and what do you think would help you overcome them?
  2. How can we design our CS lessons to include appropriate strategies to reach all students?
  3. How can we appropriately challenge students of all abilities and prevent ourselves from over-scaffolding CS materials?
  4. How can we offer multiple ways for students to demonstrate their knowledge when learning CS concepts & coding?
  5. What is one thing you can take away from this chat and implement right away to differentiate in your CS classes?

Archive 21 February 2018

02/07/18 What Does Assessment Look Like in K-8 Computer Science?

  1. What do you assess and how do you choose what to measure? Do you assess concept development, practice, both?
  2. What formative assessments have you found helpful in assessing the CS understanding of 5-14 year old students? Share examples, rubrics, links, etc.
  3. How do you summatively assess the CS knowledge of your 5-14 year old students? Share rubrics, examples, links, etc.
  4. Collaboration, communication, and persistence are all important to CS. How do you assess these soft skills?
  5. How do you use the results of assessments in your K-8 CS classes?
  6. What other challenges do you have with computer science assessment in K-8?

Archive 07 February 2018

01/17/18 Bugs are Good: Debugging & Troubleshooting as Powerful Ideas!

  1. How do your Ss react when their code does not do what they expected? How do you respond when Ss ask for help w bugs? Does it depend on age/grade?
  2. “The computer has a bug” vs “I got it wrong”-- How do we help students to cultivate a “debugging mindset” and what are its necessary components?
  3. If you help Ss develop strategies for debugging, please share some you use & the age/grade levels. If you know of good resources for teaching debugging, please share as well.
  4. If you also work with robots, making, or computer hw, do your Ss notice analogies between hw troubleshooting & sw debugging? Eg, if robot turns in wrong direction, is that a software bug or mis-wired hw ports?
  5. What sorts of resources might be helpful to you in the future for teaching students to debug?

Archive 17 January 2018

01/03/18 Let’s Get Physical - Physical Computing With 5-14 Year Olds

  1. What does physical computing mean to you and why would you want to include it in computer science classes?
  2. What are the challenges to teaching physical computing and how might we overcome them?
  3. What devices do you recommend for teaching physical computing and why?
  4. What physical computing projects have your students done? Please share lesson plans, blog posts, pictures, videos.
  5. What are your favorite resources for learning about and teaching physical computing? Links, please!

Archive 03 January 2018

12/13/17 Books, Toys, & Games in Computer Science Class

  1. What books do you use with your students in computer science lessons and how do you use them?
  2. If you could gift a CS related book to a teacher new to computer science, what would it be and why?
  3. What games (teacher made, board games, card games, etc.) do you use in CS class and how do you use them?
  4. Do you use any toys for teaching in your CS class? How do you use them?
  5. What CS related item are you hoping to “open” (or get funding for) this year? Why this?

Archive 13 December 2017

12/06/17 How’s Your CSEdWeek Going?

  1. If you teach CS, why would you want to do something for #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode? If you don’t teach coding/CS, why would you want to participate?
  2. Are you holding/have you held any #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode community events like Family Code Night http://www.familycodenight.org/? Tell us about them!
  3. Have you had anything that hasn’t worked well or maybe even epically failed during #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode? What did you do about it?
  4. What has been the best part of #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode so far and/or what are you most looking forward to? Share pictures, videos, plans!
  5. How will you measure the success of your #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode?
  6. What are your plans for using the momentum from #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode to further CS Education in your school or district?

Archive 06 December 2017

11/15/17 Teaching the CSTA Impacts of Computing Standards

  1. Why is it important to teach 5-14 year olds about the Impacts of Computing? 
  2. Computing plays a major part in the evolution of culture. How do you help kids learn about its impact & their role in the process?
  3. How can you use social interactions in class to help students to improve their own computing and be more open to diverse perspectives?
  4. Ubiquitous computing means issues of safety, law, and ethics are always evolving. How do you teach your students about these issues?
  5. What do your #CSEdWeek plans include from the non-Programming & Algorithm CSTA Standards: Computing Systems, Networks & The Internet, Data & Analysis, and/or Impacts of Computing? https://goo.gl/DSNzbL

Archive 15 November 2017

11/01/17 Teaching the Data & Analysis Concept of CSTA Standards

  1. Why do 5-14 yr old students need to learn about Data Storage, Collection, Visualization & Transformation and Inferences & Models?
  2. This standard is about using data on devices & recognizing it as data. Share ideas for teaching this & for progressing from K-5.
  3. What does “represent data using multiple encoding schemes” look like for 11-14 year olds? Please share how you teach this.
  4. How might we use the collection, visualization & transformation standards to augment what teachers already do in other subjects?
  5. How might we teach about inferences and models & how might this enhance other curricular areas? Share lessons & resources.
  6. What is the intersection of data and programming for 5-14 year olds? What should students be able to understand and do?

Archive 01 November 2017

10/18/17 Teaching the Networks & The Internet Concept of CSTA Standards

  1. Why do 5-14 yr old students need to learn about Network Communication & Organization and Cybersecurity?
  2. Please share lessons and/or resources to teach network packet transmission to 8-11 yr old students.
  3. How can our 11-14 year old students learn about and model networking protocols?
  4. How do you teach your 5-7 yr old students about passwords?
  5. How might we teach 8-11 yr olds about real world cybersecurity problems that impact their personal information?
  6. How can we teach 11-14 year olds about how digital & physical security measures protect information?
  7. What resources and/or lessons do/could you use to teach 11-14 year olds about how encryption protects data being transferred?

Archive 18 October 2017

10/04/17 Teaching the Computing Systems Concept of CSTA Standards

  1. Why do students need to learn about Computing Systems (Devices, Hardware & Software, and HW/SW Troubleshooting)?
  2. What resources/lessons do/could you use to teach students about Computing System Devices? Please share links & grade levels.
  3. How do/could you teach students about the relationship of Hardware & Software? Please share links to resources/lessons.
  4. How can we scaffold computing systems troubleshooting from K-8 and what lessons/resources do/could we use teach this?
  5. How can we assess our students’ knowledge of Computing Systems?

Archive 04 October 2017

09/20/17 Power Up CS with PD

  1. What is the most effective CS PD that you have been to or lead? What made it effective?
  2. Please share any “go to” materials and/or resources for Computer Science PD.
  3. How do you differentiate CS PD you lead or how would you like it to be differentiated for PD you attend?
  4. How can we move teachers beyond teaching a specific curriculum/tool so they are confident in all CS content?
  5. Outside of traditional PD, what kinds of personal learning experiences do you do to increase your skills?

Archive 20 September 2017

09/06/17 Back To School

  1. What's the first CS activity that you did or plan to do with your students? What grade level(s) and why do you start there?
  2. What are your plans for implementing the new CSTA K-12 CS Standards into your CS classes? https://goo.gl/nZV8mY OR If you are not using the new CSTA K-12 CS Standards, what standards do you use or how do you choose the focus of your classes?
  3. Let’s share! Do you have a scope & sequence or pacing guide for your CS classes? How about unit/lesson plans you can share?
  4. What is something NEW that you are doing this year that you're especially excited about?
  5. What advice do you have for new teachers of K-8 computer science? If you are new to teaching CS, what help do you need?

Archive 06 September 2017

2016-2017

07/09/17 Summer Mini-Chat

  1. What communities (online or not) do you recommend for computer science educators of 5-14 year olds?
  2. What have you learned or what do you hope to learn from your summer Professional Development?
  3. What topics would you like to discuss in the 2017/18 #csk8 chats?

Archive 09 July 2017

05/31/17 Desert Island Floppy Discs

  1. What is the one luxury item (coding device) that you would have to take with you and why?
  2. Which 3 coding languages would you take with you to learn or teach and why?
  3. Castaways need exercise. Share an example of a coding project that has “moved” you.
  4. Power may be scarce. Share your favorite unplugged computer science activity.
  5. What coding / computer science book would you take with you and why?

Archive 31 May 2017

05/17/17 Share-a-Palooza

  1. What are your favorite activities and ideas for teaching about Computing Systems: Devices, Hardware & Software?
  2. What are your favorite ideas & activities for teaching about Networks & the Internet?
  3. Data is an important aspect of computer science. What are your favorites for teaching about Data and Data Analysis?
  4. Please share your favorite activities, websites, lessons plans, and other ideas for teaching Algorithms & Programming.
  5. How do you teach students about the Impacts of Computing in our lives? Please share your favorite activities or ideas!
  6. Summer is coming. What Professional Development are you looking forward to or would you recommend to others?

Archive 17 May 2017

05/03/17 Celebrating 10 Years of Scratch!

  1. What do you love about Scratch? Share your Why You Love Scratch project or share a favorite Scratch project or just answer!
  2. Question 2 first for @karen_brennan & @ScratchEdTeam & then a follow-up for everyone.
  1. For @ScratchEdTeam & @karen_brennan Can you tell us a little bit about ScratchEd and how we can use it as educators?
  2. For all, Any questions about Scratch/ScratchEd? Any feature requests for Scratch/ScratchEd?
  1. What are the grade levels of your students using Scratch and how do you get them started?
  2. How have your students integrated Scratch into Math, Science, Language Arts, History, etc.? Share links to projects, please!
  3. Last question of the night about Scratch Day first for @karen_brennan & @ScratchEdTeam & then for everyone!
  1. For @karen_brennan & @ScratchEdTeam Where can we as educators go for help in planning Scratch Day celebrations?
  2. For everyone, what plans do you have for Scratch Day & beyond in your school or community?

Archive 03 May 2017

04/26/17 Our CS Classrooms: What Works & What Doesn’t

  1. What does your classroom look like? Share pictures, if you have them.
  2. What works/doesn’t work in your current classroom physical setup? What would you change to improve student learning if you could?
  3. What devices do your students have access to for CS? What would you like to have?
  4. How much class time do your students get for CS and how is that working for your CS program?
  5. What are your CS classroom routines and how are they working for you and your students?
  6. Anything else you want to mention that is working in your CS classroom or that you need help with that isn’t working?

Archive 26 April 2017

04/05/17 Managing Coding Projects

  1. What kind of major or end of semester/year coding projects do your students create? Please share grade level & project idea.
  2. How long do your students have to complete their projects and how do you help keep them on schedule?
  3. Are these projects collaborative or do you want them to be? Let’s share tips on how to manage collaborative coding projects.
  4. How can we set project requirements that allow for student success and creativity and help to avoid identical projects?
  5. How do your students share and/or present their completed projects?

Archive 05 April 2017

03/22/17 How to Teach Coding: Assessment & Reflection

  1. With time for CS often very limited, is having students take time to reflect really worth it?
  2. How do you come up with reflection prompts/questions for your students?
  3. What methods/media do you find best for reflection & why? Specify grade level. For example, blogs for 5th grade.
  4. What kinds of formative assessments have you found helpful in assessing student understanding of coding concepts?
  5. What does summative assessment look like in your classroom for coding/computer science? Examples? Rubrics?
  6. How do you use student assessments to inform future coding lessons?

Archive 22 March 2017

03/08/17 How to Teach Coding: Debugging

  1. Why do students need to learn to debug independently?
  2. What are the challenges of teaching debugging in the classroom?
  3. What are your favorite strategies for helping students to debug their code?
  4. How can you tell when it is time to give the student the answer rather than having them try to find it?
  5. What are your favorite debugging activities to help students improve their debugging skills?

Archive 08 March 2017

02/22/17 How to Teach Coding: Helping Students Who Struggle

  1. What specific problems have you had in helping struggling students with coding in K-8?
  2. How can we design K-8 coding lessons to help all of our students succeed?
  3. What are the challenges in trying to differentiate instruction to help all students to succeed?
  4. What strategies do you find useful for struggling students in other content areas that might help with coding as well?
  5. Where do you go or who do you turn to if you need help reaching your struggling students? Let’s share some resources.

Archive 22 February 2017

02/08/17 How to Teach Coding: Variables & Procedures

  1. At what age do you start teaching variables? Why then?
    Follow up to Q1: When do you introduce lists and why then?
  2. How do you teach variables and lists? Please share lesson plans, student projects, etc.
  3. What are misconceptions and other problems that students have with variables & lists and how do you help them overcome these?
  4. When do you introduce procedures (functions)? Why at that time?
  5. How do you teach procedures (functions)? Please share lesson plans, student projects, etc.
  6. What are problems that students have with procedures (functions)? How do you help students overcome these?

Archive 08 February 2017

01/25/17 How to Teach Coding: Loops & Conditionals

  1. Do you teach loops or conditionals first? Why?
  2. What are your favorite coding activities for teaching loops? Please share lesson plans, student projects, etc.
  3. What are your favorite coding activities for teaching conditionals?  Please share lesson plans, student projects, etc.
  4. What are some misconceptions students have regarding loops and/or conditionals and how do you address these?
  5. What are your favorite unplugged activities to introduce or reinforce the concept of loops and/or conditionals to students?
  6. Which programming concept(s) should we discuss next?

Archive 25 January 2017

01/11/17 Teaching Coding in Grades 3-5

  1. Should instruction in coding for grades 3-5 be structured lessons or more inquiry and exploration? Why?
  2. What are your favorite apps, websites, and unplugged activities for teaching coding to 8-11 year olds and why?
  3. How do you differentiate for students with coding experience vs. those with no experience?
  4. What are your greatest successes with teaching coding in grades 3-5? Please share links to student projects and lesson plans.
  5. Is there anything you need help with when teaching coding to 8-11 year olds? Share and let’s solve some problems!

Archive 11 January 2017

12/14/16 All I Want For The Holidays Is ….

  1. You can get ONE wish granted for your CS program this holiday season. What do you want and why?
  2. If you could get one thing to help YOU to be a better CS teacher this holiday season, what would it be and why?
  3. Do you have a CS related @DonorsChoose or @DigitalWish or other project that needs funding? Tell us about it & share the link!
  4. Let’s share some tips on writing a successful crowdfunding proposal and share resources for CS grants.
  5. What is your holiday wish for the future of K-8 Computer Science education?

Archive 14 December 2016

11/30/16 Advocating for Computer Science Education

  1. Why do we need to advocate for #CSEd in K-8? What are the best arguments we can give for #CSEd in K-8?
  2. What kinds of questions or push back do you anticipate as you are advocating for #CSed and how do you address them?
  3. #CSEdWeek is next week. How can we use this event to help advocate for #CSEd in K-8 in our schools and beyond?
  4. Let’s talk about the media. How can we get media coverage? If we do get it, how can we best promote
  5. Beyond #CSEdWeek how can we best advocate for #CSEd within our school community? Share resources & ideas!
  6. What can we do as individuals to advocate for #CSEd in K-8 with policy makers in our districts and governments?

Archive 30 November 2016

11/16/16 Preparing for #CSEdWeek 2016

  1. Question 1 is in 2-parts. Answer the one that applies to you.
  1. If you regularly teach computer science, why would you do something special for #HourOfCode #CSEdWeek
  2. If you do not teach computer science, why would you participate in #HourOfCode
  1. Please share your favorite unplugged CS activities for #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode
  2. Please share your favorite CS activities that require devices or robots or other things for #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode
  3. How can we involve our entire school community in #CSEdWeek #HourOfCode
  4. How might we take the momentum from #CSEDWeek #HourOfCode to increase participation in CS in our school?

Archive 16 November 2016

11/2/16 Integrating K-8 Computer Science Into Core Content Areas

  1. Let’s start out with the BIG question. Can and should K-8 Computer Science be integrated into core content? Why or why not?
  2. How can you integrate K-8 Computer Science into the science classroom? Please share examples.
  3. Can K-8 CS be integrated into ELA (Reading & Writing)? Examples? Ideas? Links?
  4. How can you integrate K-8 Computer Science into social studies (history, geography, other humanities) class? Examples please
  5. How can K-8 Computer Science be integrated into math class? Examples? Ideas? Links?

Archive 02 November 2016

10/19/16 Teaching Computer Science Through Game Creation

  1. Why would you want to teach computer science through game development? Advantages?
  2. What tools, apps, websites would you recommend for teaching CS through game creation? Links, please.
  3. How can a game creation course teach CS concepts that are not related to algorithms & programming?
  4. What are the challenges with assessing a game project?
  5. Not all students are gamers. What can we do with a game creation curriculum to involve all students?
  6. How might you integrate more game creation into your computer science classes/lessons?

Archive 19 October 2016

10/05/16 Standards in K-8 Computer Science

  1. How are you or might you teach the Computing Systems standards? Anything you would add? Questions you have?
  2. Do you have ideas/resources/lessons for teaching the Networks and the Internet standards? Anything missing? Questions?
  3. Please share ideas, resources, lessons for meeting the Algorithms & Programs standards. Any questions about these standards?
  4. Looking at the Data & Analysis standards, how are/might you implement them? What questions do you have about them?
  5. The final concept area is Impacts of Computing. What ideas, resources, lessons, and questions do you have about these standards?
  6. How are you going to integrate the CSTA (or other) CS standards into your practice? Anything new you will add?

Archive 05 October 2016

09/21/16 Computational Thinking in K-8 Education

  1. There are/have been many definitions of Computational Thinking? Which one resonates with you and why?
  2. What does Computational Thinking look like in a classroom? Please share examples.
  3. What does it mean to assess Computational Thinking? How should CT skill(s) be assessed?
  4. How will the current education system need to change to allow for integration of CT into all subject areas?
  5. What helped you prepare to integrate CT? How might we scale this to train others to integrate CT?
  6. What else would you like to know about Computational Thinking? Do you have a great CT resource to share?

Archive 21 September 2016

09/07/16  Reflect, Iterate, Improve for the New Year

  1. What did you learn, explore, read, discover this summer that will influence your teaching of K-8 CS? Share your PD!
  2. Reflecting back on last school yr, what worked well that you plan to use again this yr? Please share links, student work, etc.
  3. Keeping in mind that we should model the iterative process, what will you change/improve this year & why?
  4. What impact will the new Interim CSTA standards, http://goo.gl/SCTpcR, have on your lessons?
  5. Anything else new that you plan to try with your K-8 students this year? Lesson plans? Strategies? Robots? Courses/Curriculum?

Archive 07 September 2016

2015-2016

06/01/16  Summer Plans for CS Educators

  1. Before we get to our summer plans, let’s share & celebrate our biggest coding/Computer Science successes this year.
  2. What can we do to help keep CS learning going for K-8 students over the summer? Any camps or online resources to recommend?
  3. If you were invited to this conversation, what would you want to ask about #CSforALL ?
  4. How about you? What are your professional development plans for the summer?
  5. What new resources will you explore over the summer? How do you plan to use these in the new school year?

Archive 01 June 2016

05/18/16 Chat Attendee Questions

  1. Obama's #CSforAll initiative is getting much needed attention for K-12 CS. How do we fit CS in an already packed curriculum?
  2. What does research in #CSed or other subjects tell us about what and how to teach K-8 CS?
  3. What resources/websites have you found that have been helpful in teaching K-8 CS?
  4. What is happening with credentialing teachers to teach CS at the elementary & secondary levels?
  5. How we will be prepare all the teachers we need for #CSforAll ?
  6. If I want to work on #CSforAll in my district or state, where should I begin?
  7. What resources are available to K-8 teachers that want to learn programming on their own?
  8. What are some PD suggestions for the summer?

Archive 18 May 2016

05/04/16 Robotics #CSforALL

  1. Are robotics a good tool to teach CS with K-8 students? Why? Why not?
  2. What robotics systems are available for #csk8 and which do you use and why?
  3. Considering the cost of such systems, how might we help more Ts & Ss have access to them?
  4. Question 4 is in 2 parts.
  1. Teachers may often have one or only a few of a robotic system. How can they still be used effectively?
  2. How do you use class time effectively - handing out materials, building vs coding , cleanup?
  1. How might robotics be used to connect CS with other curricular areas? Share lesson plans, pics, videos, etc.
  2. What are the pros/cons of robotic competitions? Do they help promote #CSforAll?

Archive 04 May 2016

04/20/16 Preparing Teachers for #CSforALL

  1. What are some of the challenges we face as we prepare teachers for #CSforALL?
  2. What knowledge must teachers have in order to teach #CSforALL effectively?
  3. What kinds of experiences should #CSforAll teachers engage in to acquire that knowledge?
  4. What are some effective ways of preparing teachers for #CSforALL - Share examples of good PD opportunities.
  5. How do we know when teachers are ready to teach #CSforALL?  
  6. How is educating teachers for #CSforALL different than with other subjects? Are there new pedagogies that must be learned?

Archive 20 April 2016

04/06/16 Teaching Coding with Block-based vs Text-based Languages

  1. What languages/websites/apps do you use to teach coding and for which grade levels?
  2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of teaching coding using block-based languages?
  3. When and how do you transition from block-based to text-based languages?
  4. What are the advantages and disadvantages of teaching coding using text-based languages?
  5. Other thoughts/questions on teaching coding using different types of languages? What do you want to try teaching next & why?

Archive 06 April 2016

03/23/16 Computer Science in the Math Classroom 

  1. What are the advantages of integrating coding with math?
  2. What are the challenges of teaching coding in math class?
  3. Are there math concepts that are better or worse to integrate with CS? Why?
  4. When integrating math and CS, how do you decide where to focus? Can you teach a new concept in both at the same time?
  5. Are there CS concepts other than programming that can be integrated into math instruction?
  6. Please share any resources you use when integrating math and CS or your favorite projects.

Archive 23 March 2016

03/09/16 Differentiation - Classroom Strategies to Reach ALL Students #CSForALL

  1. What are the challenges in differentiating instruction to reach students at ALL levels & with differing interests?
  2. When teaching CS, how might we provide experiences & environments that allow students to learn in multiple ways?
  3. How might we offer multiple ways for students to demonstrate their knowledge when learning CS concepts & coding?
  4. How might we successfully use pair programming or group work to increase student engagement and learning?
  5. How might CS lessons be designed to reach ALL students who are at differing levels & have differing interests?
  6. Do you have any specific differentiation problems right now? Throw them out & let’s see if #csk8 community can help.

Archive 09 March 2016

02/24/16 Does Computer Science Really Include ALL? #CSforAll

  1. To what extent do students with disabilities belong in CS education?
  2. How are kids with disabilities being included or excluded from computing at your school?
  3. Are there other barriers to inclusion?
  4. If you think CS is more difficult to facilitate than other subject areas, why do you think so?
  5. What strategies, tools, or modifications would help increase participation?
  6. What should be the responsibility of the CSEd community to include all S’s? How do we fulfill those responsibilities?

Archive 24 February 2016

02/10/16 Computer Science For All #CSforAll

  1. Obama said “we have to make sure all our kids are equipped for the jobs of the future.” Is this really why #CSforALL is needed?
  2. Why should #CSForAll be a federal initiative? Can’t we just rely on state/local/industry/non-profit efforts? Pros/Cons?
  3. How will we find teachers for #CSForAll & what is needed in terms of professional development & teacher credential programs?
  4. There are currently many states with their own CS standards & more writing them. How does this affect #CSforAll or does it?
  5. How would you spend $4 billion? What is most important? K-8/High School/PD/In-school programs/AfterSchool programs/Diversity?

Archive 10 February 2016

01/27/16 Teaching Computer Science With Unplugged Activities

  1. What benefits are there to using unplugged activities to teach computer science concepts?
  2. Do you have any favorite unplugged activities that teach CS? Please share links to resources.
  3. When do you add the unplugged activities into your curriculum-at specific points, randomly? Why?
  4. What are the challenges of using unplugged activities?
  5. Do you have topic suggestions for future #csk8 chats.

Archive 27 January 2016

01/13/16 Computer Science - More Than Just Coding

  1. Why should computer science education for K-8 students include more than just coding?
  2. What should K-8 students know about Computing Devices & Systems and how might (do) we teach it? OR Do we need lessons on Computer Hardware & Software systems are needed in K-8 CS? What kind?
  3. What is important for K-8 students to know about Networking & Communications (including the Internet) and how might we teach it?
  4. What should (does) Data & Information in the context of CS look like for K-8 students & how might (do) we teach it?
  5. Why is it important for students to learn about Data & Information in the context of CS and how might (do) we teach it?
  6. What should K-8 students know about the impact of CS on society and culture and how might we teach it?

Archive 13 January 2016

12/16/15 Beyond the #HourofCode & #CSEdWeek 

  1. Share your favorite moments from #HourofCode& & #CSEdWeek  Photos, student samples, quotes, projects etc.
  2. How can you keep students excited and engaged all year - without new exciting tutorials, and events?
  3. How do we engage teachers & administrators through the year to give access to CS education to all?
  4. Do you have any new tools/resolutions/resources from #HourofCode & #CSEdWeek that you will use during the rest of the year?
  5.  Any other questions, comments on K-8 CS education before we wrap up the chat?

Archive 16 December 2015

12/02/15 Classroom Activities for #CSEdWeek #HourofCode

  1. Please answer question 1a or 1b based on which is appropriate for you.
  1. If you are a Computer Science teacher, why would you do something special this week for #HourofCode #CSEdWeek
  2. If you are not a Computer Science teacher, why would you do #HourofCode
  1. Do you know why this week is CS Education Week? Do you discuss the impact of computing or computer history during this week?
  2. Have you tried the new #HourofCode tutorials? Suggestions/feedback for different age groups/levels of students?
  3. What special classroom activities are you planning for #CSEdWeek #HourofCode this year?
  4. What special activities are you planning for your community (parents, administrators, etc.) for #CSEdWeek #HourofCode
  5. How can you tell if your #CSEdWeek #HourofCode activities are a success? 

Archive 02 December 2015

11/11/15 Support for Coding in the Classroom

  1. Why should classroom/non-CS subject area teachers integrate coding into their classes?
  2. How might coding be integrated into math and science classes? Please share examples.
  3. How might coding be integrated into language arts and social studies classes? Please share examples.
  4. How might coding be integrated into other curricular areas: art, PE, music, etc.? Please share examples.
  5. How might we use #CSEdWeek/Hour of Code to promote coding in the classroom?
  6. As CS educators/Ts integrating coding, how might we help others to integrate coding into their classroom beyond #CSEdWeek?

Archive 11 November 2015

10/28/15 Connecting Coding in K-8  to the Real World

  1. How might you (or do you) connect coding projects to real world problems in content areas - math science etc? Examples?
  2. a) What kind of projects work best for boys? b) What kind of projects engage girls?
  3. @RHoKJr Patrice, What is the mission @RHoKJr? #KidsCode4ACause
  4. @RHoKJr Patrice, What do Ss get out of participating in #KidsCode4ACause?
  5. @RHoKJr Patrice, How does a school get involved? #KidsCode4ACause
  6. What are the challenges of making these real world connections in your classroom?

Archive 28 October 2015

10/14/15 Assessing Computer Science in K-8 How do you know students are learning?

  1. What does an assessment look like in your computer science classroom? (Pls share links to examples and/or rubrics)
  2. What methods of formative (in progress) assessment have you used? And how did they work for you?
  3. Have you ever given peer assessments in your cs classroom? Pls. share the pros and cons?
  4. How do you assess if a student has learned a concept or practice? Is it easy to measure?
  5. How do you assess if a student has changed a disposition? Is it easy to measure?
  6. What other challenges do you face regarding computer science assessment in K-8?

Archive 14 October 2015

09/30/15 Designing CS curriculum to meet the needs of your classroom

  1. Question 1 is in two parts - please answer one or both as it applies to you.
  1. Which, if any, existing CS curriculum do you use in your classes? Why do you use this?
  2. Do you design/remix your own curriculum to meet your needs? How and why do you do this?
  1. When you are designing or looking for curriculum/lessons, what are the most important things you are looking for?
  2. Please answer one or both, Q3a or Q3b, depending on which applies to you.
  1. Are you aware of the CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards? How do you use them when designing curriculum?
  2. Other than the CSTA K-12 Computer Science Standards, what standards do you use when designing curriculum? How do you use them?
  1. What should be the balance between coding and everything else (unplugged/hardware/CT, etc.) in a K-8 CS curriculum? Why?
  2. As more school districts implement CS, should there be a required/mandated curriculum? Advantages/Disadvantages?

Archive 30 September 2015

09/16/15 Back to School Special: New lessons and tools for a new year

  1. Did you participate in any summer Computer Science PD? Share something you learned!
  2. Let’s talk BIG picture. What are your Computer Science/coding goals for this school year?
  3. Do you have any tried & true ideas that you plan to use again this year? Please share.
  4. Okay, beyond the tried & true, what’s something new that you plan to try or use this year? Links? Lesson plans?
  5. We’d love to know what YOU want to talk about this year in this chat. Topic suggestions anyone?

Archive 16 September 2015

2014-2015

05/20/15 School’s Out But Coding Continues: Summer plans for educators/students

  1. Before we talk summer plans, let’s share & celebrate our biggest coding/Computer Science successes this year.
  2. What camps and/or online resources are available for K-8 students to keep Computer Science learning going over the summer?
  3. How about you? What are your coding plans for the summer?
  4. Do have any books on your summer reading list related to coding/Computer Science?

Archive 20 May 2015

05/06/15 Scratch Resources for Educators

  1. What are your “go to” resources for Scratch lessons and ideas? Share favorites from ScratchEd & other sources.
  2. What age groups do you use Scratch with? What are the opportunities/challenges of working with Scratch with this age group?
  3. What teaching strategies work best in teaching Scratch - pair programming, student share time, any other?
  4. Is there something you would like to add to Scratch? What is your favorite feature request and why?
  5. What other tools do you use with young learners before, during, or after a Scratch experience?
  6. Do you have any questions for @karen_brennan about Scratch Resources for Educators or just about Scratch in general?

Archive 06 May 2015

04/22/15 Robotics/Physical Computing for 5-13 yr olds

  1. What advantages does robotics/physical computing have for teaching computer science concepts?
  2. What robotics/physical computing options are available for 5-7 yr olds who may not even be reading yet?
  3. What robotics/physical computing options would you recommend for 8-10 yr olds?
  4. What robotics/physical computing options are there for 11-13 yr olds that would engage all levels of expertise and both genders?
  5. Cost can be an issue with robotics. How can we provide opportunities for robotics/physical computing to all?
  6. Robots/physical computing often means shared equipment & small pieces. Management can be a challenge. Tips for managing this?
  7. Where and how can robotics/physical computing be included in the core curriculum subjects?
  8. Last question. Any other thoughts/ideas on Robotics and Physical Computing for 5-13 year olds?

Archive 22 April 2015

04/08/15 Assessment in K-8 computer science. Is your CS program working?

  1. What ages of students do you teach? What are the key concepts you want them to learn?
  2. At K-8 level, we do not need formal assessment, such as tests/quizzes. Agree/Disagree and why?
  3. How do you informally assess if a student has learned a concept? Is it always easy to measure?
  4. Do you assess anything other than CS skills when students are engaged in CS activities.
  5. For open-ended projects, how do you determine completion or success?
  6. For pair-programming/group projects, how do you assess that each student is learning?
  7. Do you use student assessment to inform your lesson planning? Is that even possible in K-8 CS?

Archive 08 April 2015

03/25/15 How to prepare educators to teach coding/CS to 5-13 yr olds

  1. With videos/MOOCs/online curriculum, do we even need teachers for CS/coding? Can students learn on their own?
  2. Anyone can teach coding/CS. You do not need to have a CS background to teach it. True? Not True? Advantages? Disadvantages?
  3. What kind of professional development (PD) is needed for educators teaching CS/coding? How much & how often?
  4. What are the best workshops/conferences/resources for educators?
  5. Who is qualified to do professional development for coding/CS? Who do you want to learn from?
  6. Any other thoughts on How to prepare educators to teach coding/CS?
  7. Last question - Any suggestions for topics for the next #CSK8 chat?

Archive 25 March 2015

03/11/15 Pedagogy: How to teach Computer Science to 5-14 year olds, not the what or why.

  1. Many CS clubs and programs focus on “anyone” can teach CS with their curriculum. What are the advantages/disadvantages of this?
  2. Do you use pair programming or other ways to encourage collaboration? How do you know each student is learning?
  3. How do you differentiate CS in the classroom - students with coding experience vs. those w/no experience?
  4. Do you use any of the online tutorials? What are the positives & negatives of an online curriculum?
  5. Do you use Remixes/Spin-offs to teach? Why or why not? What are the challenges of students re-using code?
  6. Who are your favorite CS bloggers or Twitter peeps who share about teaching Computer Science? Links, please.
  7. Any other thoughts on pedagogy in Computer Science for 5-14 year olds?

Archive 11 March 2015

02/25/15 Coding for ages 11-13

  1. How do you bring Computer Science to the 11-13 yr old - as an elective, a required class, after school, or summer program?
  2. What are your favorite apps, websites, and unplugged activities for Computer Science & coding with 11-13 year olds and why?
  3. Does Computer Science require a dedicated CS teacher at this age group or can it be integrated into the classroom?
  4. Should instruction in coding for ages 11-13 be more structured lessons or more inquiry and exploration? Why?
  5. How might we break down stereotypes about Computer Science? How can we encourage minorities and girls to join & enjoy CS?
  6. Is assessment/progress tracking important for 11-13 year olds? What does assessment look like?
  7. Share your greatest success(es) with Computer Science and coding with 11-13 year olds.

Archive 25 February 2015

02/11/15 Coding for ages 8-10

  1. What are your favorite apps, websites, and unplugged activities for Computer Science & coding with 8-10 year olds and why?
  2. Question 2 is next with a choice of questions to answer. Answer the one that applies to you.
  1. If you ARE a Computer Science/Tech Teacher, how do you integrate coding into other areas of the curriculum for students age 8-10?
  2. If you are NOT a Computer Science/Tech Teacher, how do you fit coding/Computer Science into the classroom for ages 8-10?
  1. Should instruction in coding for ages 8-10 be more structured lessons or more inquiry and exploration? Why?
  2. Share your greatest success(es) with Computer Science and coding with 8-10 year olds.
  3. What after school coding programs does your school or community offer for ages 8-10? How do they integrate with your curriculum?
  4. Any final thoughts to share about coding for ages 8-10?

Archive 11 February 2015

01/28/15 Coding Lessons for ages 5-7 What, Why and How?

  1. Should pre/early readers (ages 5-7) learn to code or should we wait until they are older? Why or why not?
  2. What are your favorite apps, websites, or unplugged activities for Computer Science & coding with students ages 5-7 and why?
  3. What is that ONE activity or lesson that hooks students age 5-7 into Computer Science / coding? Examples, please.
  4. What does assessment/progress tracking look like for Computer Science / coding with students age 5-7?
  5. How do you integrate Computer Science / coding into other areas of the curriculum for students age 5-7?

Archive 28 January 2015 - Not a complete archive