August 18, 2022

Good Shares Thoughts on Computer Science Education

Assistant Professor of Special Education Kevin Good

Assistant Professor of Special Education Kevin Good

Assistant Professor of Special Education Kevin Good contributed to a story titled “How do you teach younger students computer science?” for ZDNet.com. Computer science curriculums for K-8 students should also have a foundation of cultivating student curiosity, Good said. “I love to tell my teacher-preparation students that computer science should be like a trip with Ms. Frizzle, one in which we take chances and make mistakes.” Read more

Good also contributed to an article called “Not just starting sooner: The pandemic’s surprising impact on K-12 computer science education” for RoxxCloud and Technology for You. “Over the pandemic, most school districts achieved the goal of having a device for every student … which has been fantastic in terms of access,” he said. “However, online access outside of school remains a challenge for many.” Read the full article on RoxxCloud and Technology for You.

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