Shuchi Grover has edited and co-authored chapters in a new book for computing science teachers. “Computer Science in K-12: an A-Z handbook on teaching programming” is out now and has chapters (both co-authored with Shuchi) by Paul Curzon and Jane Waite from the CS4FN and Teaching London Computing teams.
Shuchi’s website has
- information about the book
- author bios
- a table of contents
- and you can even look inside.
We’ve added this to our own Books page too.
All the authors took the chance to make a short video presentation to talk readers through what they might expect in each chapter, the full playlist is here.
Here’s Paul introducing his chapter, written with Shuchi: Guided Exploration Through Unplugged Activities
Here’s Jane introducing her chapter, written with Shuchi: Worked Examples and Other Scaffolding Strategies
And all the authors’ introductions are gathered together in this playlist.
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