Category Archives: programming

Scratch – from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT – a visual programming language

First of all … I LOVE the moniker “lifelong kindergarten group“! … okay … that’s out of the way. Someone mentioned this to me awhile ago, (I even saw it listed in a Wired How To, which I referred to … Continue reading

Posted in programming, visual thinking

Teaching kids to program

Wired magazine included a how-to page on how to teach kids to program … which starts off: My kid is 5, about to enter kindergarten. What are some entry points for coding? Fun environments, or basics that are great foundations? … Continue reading

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