Monthly Archives: August 2012

Changing the world from my livingroom table

Besides writing this awesome blog, what am I doing? I just finished teaching a six-week Saturday beginning computer programming class for five boys. I conducted the class in my livingroom. I’m doing it for free. Did I mention that I … Continue reading

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How One Teacher Built a Computer Lab for Free | iFixit

How One Teacher Built a Computer Lab for Free | iFixit. I am inspired by this man because he did not let lack of resources discourage him from achieving a worthy goal. He had a vision, pursued it, and discovered … Continue reading

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“Teaching our kids to code will make them uniquely prepared to fully contribute to the world.”

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, and “Coding”? Why Web Literacy Should Be Part of Every Education | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation.

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