How do you help many different kinds of students find success with computer science? These strategies and resources will point teachers in the right direction.
An ed-tech company CEO shares the pros and cons of demo day, and how to use these presentation as a springboard for investment and impact.
Physical computing means using creating or using devices, like robots, and getting them to interact in with the world around them.
An interview with William Lau, the author of “Teaching Computing in Secondary Schools,” withadvice about avoiding common misconceptions about teaching the subject.
An extensive list of websites, books, podcasts, Twitter chats and resources to help educators prep their computer science skills for the coming school year.
To create a conference that works for attendees and vendors, use these suggestions from an experienced entrepreneur and conference-goer.
Top tips for getting the most out of a decision to attend a conference by following up, contacting leads, and using social media.
A conference veteran provides insider tips to help startups get the most out of conference attendance, including around booth messaging, pitches and clothing choices.
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All students should be exposed to computer science, but state and local policies, economics, and geography cause some students to be left out of this experience.