Bowdoin senior Lucy Cho on the Virtue of Not Knowing. Get comfortable not having expectations, not thinking. pic.twitter.com/n5uLKvVCyK
2006 article now translated into Chinese, French, Korean, Japanese. More colleges bringing computational thinking to all students.
Goal: Computational thinking for every K-12 student nationally. Already in Chicago, SF, NYC. Every K-12 student in the UK. China, Korea…
Machine learning - analyzing large amounts of data - is used across modern life: law, medicine, commerce.
Computational thinking uses the power of computers to solve problems through seeing patterns, making models. It is not computer programming.
Jeanette Wing, formerly of Carnegie-Mellon and now of Microsoft Research, about to keynote on computational thinking at Bowdoin.
Connected Learning webinar tomorrow: “How can cities, schools, tech leaders, and policy makers drive innovation?” bit.ly/1O7opPj
Brookings on Rethinking College: Curate the best learning opportunities, and provide mentoring services. brook.gs/1kHqXqU
The new American School Counselor Assn “Mindsets and Behaviors for Student Success” aligns closely with multiple life/work skill models
Attending the Maine School Counselors Assn conference today. Focusing on anxiety disorders which impede learning for 13% of all students
Congratulations, Kerry Gallivan, for raising $745,000 for Chimani national park apps! bit.ly/1PJ6zRW
From STEM to STEAM to STREAM. Interdisciplinary learning is beyond academic acronyms. huff.to/1LOBTgF
Coursera course from the Exploratorium: “Tinkering Fundamentals: A Constructionist Approach to STEM Learning” coursera.org/course/tinkeri…
Participating (remotely) in the Vermont Tinkering Symposium w Luigi Anzivino from the Exploratorium Tinkering Studio tinkering.exploratorium.edu