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    • Gerald Ardito

      Unit 1: The History of CS in Education

      This unit is designed to give an overview of the history of Computer Science (CS) in Education. You will be exposed to the extremely influential writings and thoughts of Seymour Papert and Alan Kay. Then you will engage with recent revisionist histories by Joy Lisi Rankin and Brian Dear (and ...

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      • Gerald Ardito

        Unit 1: The History of CS in Education ADVANCED

        This unit is designed to give an overview of the history of Computer Science (CS) in Education. You will be exposed to the extremely influential writings and thoughts of Seymour Papert and Alan Kay. Then you will engage with recent revisionist histories by Joy Lisi Rankin and Brian Dear (and ...

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        • Kendall Stevenson

          Papert and Alan

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          • Anthony Travaglini

            Unit 1 Reading Response

                   One of the major challenges commonly discussed throughout the readings was the misconception that computational thinking is only relevant to computer programing. I do agree that this is a major misconception by educators however, I feel it can be a very broad ...

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            • Kendall Stevenson

              Week 1 computatioal thinking

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              • Nicole Wallach

                Unit 1

                What did you learn about the history of CS from these two authors? I did not know much about PLATO. I found it interesting how they created this program to educate more people because according Brian Dear, “there weren’t enough teachers.” I found it interesting because w...

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                • Anthony Travaglini

                  Week 2 Unit 1

                  After reading the introduction to An Introduction to Computational Thinking Through Art, Music, and Games I decided to go on to read Chapter 3 - Arcade Games. I chose this chapter because I thought creating a game using Snap! would be a fun challenge especially since I've never used the progr...

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                  • Kendall Stevenson

                    Week 2 - Engaging in Computational Thinking

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                    • Samantha Calvert

                      Unit 1 Week 2 Historian Debate

                      Well the history of computer science is much more intense that I ever imagined. After this week’s reading, I am almost embarrassed in myself to have been so naive to the controversy that seems to have been involved with technology from the get go. I also learned many interesting things abou...

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