There is currently a nationwide (if not global) push for improved STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills in our students and our schools.
One piece of this has been a recognition that computer technology is no longer a “niche” subject or an optional part of education and work; computer technology is ubiquitous. As such, computer literacy is essential to thriving and surviving in our modern society. Now, finally, there is a call to go beyond computer usage to computer programming and actual software engineering skills in students.
It can be difficult to know where to start with coding in the classroom — or where to go next — so this presentation is meant to be a resource and a roadmap to get you jumping right in: