An interview with William Lau, the author of “Teaching Computing in Secondary Schools,” withadvice about avoiding common misconceptions about teaching the subject.
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An extensive list of websites, books, podcasts, Twitter chats and resources to help educators prep their computer science skills for the coming school year.
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Creating a short-term, tangible goal for your company can help re-focus and unite different departments or initiatives.
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A conference veteran provides insider tips to help startups get the most out of conference attendance, including around booth messaging, pitches and clothing choices.
Cultivating teachers as digital ambassadors for your startup product is a smart move that can help spread word of mouth recommendations.
In the startup world, every dollar counts. So is it worth it to go to a conference? Are some more important to attend than others? Here’s how to decide whether to go or not.
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.