The mission of #TynkerChat: Are we adequately preparing students for an unknown future? Can we, through community and sharing, make this unknown “known?” Let us lift up the conversation about making sure that when our students enter the workforce- they have the skills to thrive.
#TynkerChat will be held every Monday, starting March 13th.
We'll be using the typical Q & A format! Join the conversation! First question in 2 min! This week we're thinking about: Coding with toys and hardware! Follow along on our @participate page here: https://t.co/JZuKChEIBf#Tynkerchat
A1: I definitely think hardware programming is integral to a coding curriculum. The benefit over "screen only" is putting knowledge into action. When Ss can take what they learn from paper or screen and apply it to real situations it's a 🦄🌿🎉