How Art and Dance Are Making Computer Science Culturally Relevant [via EdSurge]

One of the most promising ways of exploring programming–as a language–is to embrace the arts.  This is an interesting approach in that direction.

This fall, my computer science class will follow the new AP Computer Science curriculum framework while also including culturally responsive instruction that makes use of students’ interests, community settings, and cultural and ethnic backgrounds. Some of the students enjoy freestyle rap and dance, so they will learn how to simulate or enhance their performances using code. Other students study drawing and painting, so they will learn how to use code to create their artwork. This approach is a gateway to c

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