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The Creator Of Scratch on Technical Literacy, Coding, & Smarter Kids

The Creator Of Scratch on Technical Literacy, Coding, & Smarter Kids | iEduc |
Mitch Resnik, the creator of the super-simple Scratch programming language and head of the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the MIT Media Lab, gave a TEDx talk about the value of coding and computer literacy in early education.

Via Beth Dichter
Beth Dichter's curator insight, January 24, 2013 9:51 PM

If you have not checked out Scratch, a free programming language from the MIT Media Lab, take the time to listen to this talk by the creator, and then check out the program at the Scratch site, You may download the program, join an educator's community, check out projects, watch tutorials and much more. One question that is being discussed more and more is if we should teach students programming. We are also told we need to have our students be creators of materials. Scratch may be a program that will help us meet both these goals.

davidconover's curator insight, January 26, 2013 10:35 AM

MIT's Scratch is a great program for high school students to learn.

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Should All Designers Learn to Code?

Should All Designers Learn to Code? | iEduc |

Here are several compelling reasons why all designers should learn to code:


- Designers who can code can put their ideas in motion without waiting on a front-end developer (FED).


- FEDs can design something the way they want it, instead of trying to interpret someone else’s vision.


- The streamlined process allows for agile design, where user feedback can be implemented immediately.


- Applying creativity to development produces more thoughtful, user focused products.


- Teams are able to design user interactions in a real world environment instead of a PSD.


By Joeleen Kennedy


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