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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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“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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First Blackerspace Youth Coding Class A Success!

Yesterday I held my first Youth programming class for two groups of boys totalling 8. The first group is ages 8-11 and the second group ages 12-14. For the younger group I chose to use Scratch to introduce to them … Continue reading

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What if black children study programming?

…or How to not hear “But I don’t like doing math!” It seems like all children love playing with video games and apps whether using a game console, tablet, smart phone, or web-based on a computer. Some of you have … Continue reading

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