From Deep Coal to High Tech: How Coders are Remaking Appalachia
BitSource and Mined Minds are on a mission: To revitalize Appalachia by bringing high-tech coding jobs to coal country.
What’s it take to teach technological fluency to digital natives?
In Pittsburgh and across the world, Mark Stehlik is sharing a lifetime of computer science teaching experience with a new generation
Computer Science Gains Traction in Pennsylvania, So Now What?
In the future, computer science and information technology jobs are expected to grow and educators are working to prepare students to excel in these fields. But what does computer science education look like? How are teachers incorporating these new skills into existing curriculum even before high school?
Teach a Kid to Code
Throughout the week of December 7-13, schools, libraries, and informal learning spaces will hold Hour of Code activities.
Teaching Kids to Think Like Computer Scientists, Without Using Computers
Technology is changing faster than many of us can blink. But the need for a grounding in computational thinking is here to stay.
Know How to Code: An Introduction to Webmaking
Whether you’re a teacher in the classroom, interested parent, after school mentor, or student, there’s a vehicle for learning code that fits your budget, schedule, and learning style.
Building the Workforce of the Future by Teaching Kids to Code
Is programming the new literacy? Should we be doing more to promote computer science education, both in and out of school?
How Kids are Learning to Hack
Mozilla is creating education waves across the nation as they implement Hack Jams. GOOD Worldwide recent mentor of a Los Angeles Hack Jam, gives some background on Hack Jams. We know that if we want kids to be more than consumers of technology, we have to give them the tools they need to build things […]