Category Archives: Computer Science

CAIS Too Many Tools Event A Great Success! – Here are the notes…

Too Many Tools Event Dec 13th, 2012 Sponsored by the CAIS Commission on Technology, Too Many Tools was a wonderful glimpse into some of the current technologies that impact classroom teaching. Google Apps and Formative Assessment presented by David Saunders … Continue reading

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Automating Your Bias

This post is about research – and how the best of us can inadvertently misuse tools. An advisee came into my office to complain about a teacher. Listing to a kvetching student is not an unusual occurrence – gripes about … Continue reading

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Computer Science K-8: Building a Strong Foundation

Summer is the perfect time to explore new curriculum. Computer science is an ideal addition to the elementary/middle school classroom.  No longer limited to a separate high school advanced placement class, computer science can be seemless integrated into many core … Continue reading

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