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Computers and computational media are omnipresent in modern life, but we experience computation primarily as readers—rather than as writers, engaging in designing, making, and tinkering with computer code. Whether you are totally new to computer programming or just looking for new ideas, view this webinar with members of the ScratchEd Team from the Harvard Graduate School of Education for an introduction to and discussion of the Creative Computing Curriculum Guide.

Guests for this webinar included:
Karen Brennan, ScratchEd, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Michelle Chung, Research Project Manager for the ScratchEd Initiative
Christan Balch, Technology Innovation Masters student, Harvard Graduate School of Education
Ingrid Gustafson, Instructional Technology Specialist for Cambridge, MA public schools

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