Hello World — Issue 14

From counting penguins in Antarctica to orienteering with a GPS twist, great things can happen when young people get creative with technology outdoors. In issue 14 of Hello World, available to download today, we have gathered some inspiring stories to help your learners connect with nature.

Also in this issue:

  • Researcher and author Shuchi Grover tells us about her new handbook on teaching programming
  • Yolanda Payne, a research associate at Georgia Tech, shares highlights from a conference on equity in computer science education
  • A recovery curriculum for computing: Catherine Elliott shares ideas for supporting the most vulnerable learners this term

And much more.

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