Friday, May 21, 2010

CSTA Voice

If you are interested in CS Education and haven't heard of CSTA's Voice newsletter (CSTA = ACM's Computer Science Teachers Association), go check it out!
The CSTA Voice is a quarterly publication for members of the Computer Science Teachers Association. It provides analysis and commentary on issues relating to K-12 computer science education issues, resources for educators, and information for members. The newsletter supports CSTA's mission to promote the teaching of computer science and other computing disciplines.
You can even get PDF's of the newsletter free online.

Plus, as a bonus, if you go read the current issue (Volume 6, Number 2), you'll get to read an article by me. Just scroll to page 6 and read a short article about my mini-course on computer science and games.


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