Programming in the Primary Grades: Beyond the Hour of Code

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Rowman & Littlefield, Apr 8, 2016 - Education - 98 pages
Programming in the Primary Grades demystifies teaching core content through programming. Without becoming a step by step guide, the text helps teachers visualize and implement learning activities that build on the engagement and excitement students’ experience when they are programming. While the focus of the book is programming, it isn’t about the technology. Dr. Patterson helps teachers visualize and plan engaging and empowering lessons that use programming as a way for students to share their developing understanding of a subject. Whether you have no tech or a full one to one program, Programming in the Primary Grades will get you programming with your kids in no time.
 

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Sam Patterson, Ed.D, is a K-5 technology integration specialist in Silicon Valley. Sam’s classroom is full of challenging and playful learning that puts the students and learning, not the technology, at the center of the lesson.

For more information, visit www.beyondthehourofcode.com

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