Most students will not pursue careers as professional programmers or computer scientists but developing (computational) fluency with coding is valuable for everyone. As students create their own stories, games, and animations with code, they start to see themselves as creators, developing confidence and pride in their ability to create things and express themselves with new technologies.
Mitchel Resnick and Natalie Rusk ~ MIT Media Lab ~ "Coding at a Crossroads," ~ Communications of the ACM ~ November 2020
CS4NorCal Curricular Options
CS Standards and Framework Resources
Elementary Grades Resources
Middle School Grades Resources
High School Grades Resources
In service of equity and access, the curriculum supported in the CS4NorCal research project has minimal technology requirements. Please consider the following details: