So now that we’ve gotten to know each other a little bit, here’s my master plan: NaNoWriMo is all about getting people who dream about writing a book to overcome inertia and just start, right? I don’t have a novel rattling around in my head, but I did have this domain name that I needed a catalyst to get off of the ground.  So…the goal is to get something posted every day for the rest of the month (although not things that add up to fifty thousand words, don’t worry!). I imagine a voice and clear idea about long-term posting schedule will emerge gradually, but in the mean time, in order to keep things organized, I’m going to expand on the talk I referred to in my first post.

Here’s the outline for the next four weeks, then:

  • why computer science has a place in the K-12 curriculum
  • why it’s not currently occupying that place, and
  • what to do about that

And here, in the form of a nifty infographic from Kodable, is a sneak peak at some of those things:

5 Reasons to Teach Kids to Code

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