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Integrating Computer Science Across the Core

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Integrating Computer Science Across the Core is a guide to systematizing computer science and computational thinking practices in your school. While most books explain how to teach computer science as a stand-alone discipline, this innovative approach will help you leverage your existing curriculum to deepen and expand students' learning experiences in all content areas. Effective, equitable, and sustainable, this blueprint provides principals, curriculum directors, directors of technology, and other members of your school or district leadership team with suggested organizational structures, tips for professional learning, and key resources like planning instruments.

Integrating Computer Science Across the Core

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Integrating Computer Science Across the Core is a guide to systematizing computer science and computational thinking practices in your school. While most books explain how to teach computer science as a stand-alone discipline, this innovative approach will help you leverage your existing curriculum to deepen and expand students’ learning experiences in all content areas. Effective, equitable, and sustainable, this blueprint provides principals, curriculum directors, directors of technology, and other members of your school or district leadership team with suggested organizational structures, tips for professional learning, and key resources like planning instruments.

Handbook of Research on Integrating Computer Science and Computational Thinking in K 12 Education

Author : Keengwe, Jared
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As technology continues to develop and prove its importance in modern society, certain professions are acclimating. Aspects such as computer science and computational thinking are becoming essential areas of study. Implementing these subject areas into teaching practices is necessary for younger generations to adapt to the developing world. There is a critical need to examine the pedagogical implications of these technological skills and implement them into the global curriculum. The Handbook of Research on Integrating Computer Science and Computational Thinking in K-12 Education is a collection of innovative research on the methods and applications of computer science curriculum development within primary and secondary education. While highlighting topics including pedagogical implications, comprehensive techniques, and teacher preparation models, this book is ideally designed for teachers, IT consultants, curriculum developers, instructional designers, educational software developers, higher education faculty, administrators, policymakers, researchers, and graduate students.

Creative Coding

Author : Josh Caldwell
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Access to high-quality computer science instruction has grown by leaps and bounds in recent years. Thanks to this movement, more students start middle school with some foundational knowledge of computer science and coding. This new set of creative skills empowers students to express themselves in powerful ways, but students still need opportunities and support to develop and hone those skills. This book helps classroom teachers in several core content areas develop activities and projects to encourage computational thinking and coding skills, and to build bridges between those skills and practice. For math, science, English language arts and social studies teachers, the resources in this book provide guidance to start integrating coding into their classes to complement and strengthen existing instruction.

From Awareness to Action

Author : ImpactCS Project. Steering Committee
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Frontiers in Education 1997

Author : EP Innovations
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Computing Curricula 2001

Author : ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Curriculum Task Force
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This volume examines computing curricula for computer science.

Education and Society

Author : Robert Aiken
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Integrating Technology Into Computer Science Education

Author : Lillian N. Cassel
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Learning and Leading with Technology

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Complete Book of Business Schools 2002

Author : Nedda Gilbert
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All the information applicants need to make a crucial decision The Complete Book of Business Schools gives applicants the inside scoop on 246 business programs, all of which are accredited by AACSB--The International Association for Management Education. Each profile answers applicants' most pressing questions: - Can I afford it? - What kind of job will my degree get me? - How do I apply? - What are the admissions requirements? Insight into putting together a winning application - Sample essays critiqued by admissions officers - Advice on how to shine at interviews -Information on how admissions criteria are weighted (GPA, GMAT, recommendations, etc.) - Fifteen application blunders that can hurt any applicant's chances This guide also includes advice from admissions experts on getting into business school, and a special section on what to expect once students get there. Features: - Complete and up-to-date information on 246 schools, including admissions, special programs, post-MBA employment opportunities, and much more - Essays that worked--admissions officers critique actual winning essays - The effect of the tech revolution on business schools

Complete Book of Business Schools

Author : Nedda Gilbert
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Nobody knows business schools better than The Princeton Review. EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW TO MAKE A CRUCIAL DECISION The Complete Book of Business Schools gives you the inside scoop on 378 business programs, all of which are accredited by AACSB–The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Each profile answers your most pressing questions: -Can I afford it? -What kind of job and salary will my degree get me? -How do I apply? -What are the admissions requirements? Insight into putting together a winning application -Advice on how to shine at your interview -Information on how admissions criteria are weighted (GPA, GMAT*, recommendations, etc.) -Fifteen application blunders that can hurt your chances ADVICE FROM THE PROS -How the current economic climate affects b-school admission and curriculum -What to expect from a b-school education “What’s wonderful about the MBA is that it provides fundamental skills that you can use whenever and wherever you need them. . . . It offers an ability to enter the business world and link passion with functionality.” –Rose Martinelli, director of admissions and financial aid of the Wharton School MBA Program

Conference on Computer Science and Technology

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The proceedings of the Thirtieth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education

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Cornell University Courses of Study

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NECC 95 Proceedings

Author : Diana Harris
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This volume of proceedings reports on innovations, trends, and research in computer uses in education across a broad range of disciplines. Papers, as well as summaries of presentations, classroom demonstrations, panel discussions, projects, and other sessions, are provided in chronological order. Topics covered include using technology to create written or multimedia products in the classroom; empowering and motivating teachers to use technology; integrating technology into the curriculum; the effects of technology on classroom techniques; assessing computer knowledge or literacy levels; alternative assessment; hypermedia and the Internet; technology planning; distance learning; gender and minority issues in computer science, and others. The conference committees are listed along with the National Educational Computing Conference (NECC) Board of Directors and Committee. The index is a combined author and key word index. (BEW)

The University of Virginia Record

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Technology driven Planning

Author : Judith V. Boettcher
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The selections in this collection explore topics related to the future of information technology and strategic, academic, resource, and facilities planning in institutions of higher education. Part 1, "Developing the Vision: Principles, Paradigms, Life Cycles, and Values," contains: (1) "Mega-Level Strategic Planning: Beyond Conventional Wisdom" (Roger Kaufman and Dale W. Lick); (2) "Change Creation: The Rest of the Planning Story" (Dale W. Lick and Roger Kaufman); (3) "Academic Leadership Strategies: Partnerships for Change" (Gretchen M. Bataille); and (4) "Technology's Contributions to Academic Planning" (J. Thomas Bowen). Part 2, "Implementing the Vision: Principles, Strategies, and Curricula, : contains: (5) "Academic Planning and Technology" (David G. Brown); (6) "The Impact of Technology on Institutional Planning" (Ellen-Earle Chaffee); (7) "Cycles in Curriculum Planning" (John E. Kolb, Gary A. Gabriele, and Sharon Roy); and (8) "Does a College Curriculum Have a Life Cycle?" (John T. Harwood). In part 3, "Supporting the Vision: The Campus Digital Plan," the chapters are: (9) "Planning for IT in Higher Education: It's Not an Oxymoron" (John W. McCredie); (10) "Life-Cycle Costs: More Than the Cost of Hardware" (Christopher S. Peebles); and (11) "Virginia Tech Faculty Development Institute" (John F. Moore and J. Thomas Head) with "Planning Practice: The IT Staffing Puzzle" (Martin Ringle) and "Planning Practice: Community-Based Planning for Technology" (R. Dan Walleri). Part 4, "Integrating the Vision: Physical and Digital Learning Environments," contains: (12)"IT Considerations in Facilities Planning" (Joel L. Hartman); (13) "Planning for Classroom Technology" (Margaret McDermott and David E. Hollowell); and (14) "Developing and Supporting High-Technology Facilities" (Bruce M. Taggart), with "Planning Practice: From Blueprints and Spreadsheets to the Web" (Patricia Seller-Wolff and Mark Wells) and "Planning Practice: New Tools for Community College Facilities Planning" (Patricia C. Williamson). A conclusion, "Realizing the Vision: Concluding Thoughts," summarizes some of the major points. Each chapter contains references. (SLD).

Journal of Game Development

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Journal of Engineering Education

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