Key skills such as perseverance, analytics, and problem-solving are undoubtedly fostered in a collaborative classroom environment. Knowing this, how can you implement a computer science curriculum that best engages students and prepares them for careers in technology? Our eBook discusses two opposing theories and a case study from an educator that implemented an engaging computer science curriculum.
Mr. Yust did not think he could teach computer science. He worried that his background in social studies, math, and science would not translate to a third grade coding class. Using the comprehensive Codelicious Curriculum, however, Mr. Yust built confidence with the subject matter and saw incredible growth in his students.
MSD Pike Township wanted a way to bring computer science to their middle school students. They needed curriculum that appealed to beginners and could be taught without a dedicated computer science staff. Their ESL teacher, Mr. Reyes, used the Codelicious Curriculum to engage all of his students and appeal to each of their individual learning styles.