Two common computer science misconceptions are that it’s just about programming and that only teachers with computer science degrees should teach it. Carrie Willis, Technology Director for Valley Preparatory School and Strategic Outreach Manager for Wonder Workshop, and Caitlin Arakawa, Kindergarten Teacher at Valley Preparatory School, dispel these misconceptions, during a recent edWebinar. They highlighted that soft skills critical to student success in future fields of study such as logic, problem-solving and creativity are integral components of computer science curriculums.
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Presented by Richard Gerver, Author of Change—Learn to Love It, Learn to Lead It and Creating Tomorrow’s Schools Today, and former Elementary School Principal; and Cheri Sterman, Crayola Education Director, Author of Creative Leadership Transforms Schools and Multiliteracies—Parallels between Visual, Written and Math Literacies Sponsored by NAESP WATCH THE EDWEBINAR RECORDING If you attended the live session, you’ll be emailed a CE certificate within 24 hours of the edWebinar. If… read more →