WisCode Literati are passionate about code literacy. They believe that teaching our communities how to code is essential for their future. Learning to code allows individuals to interact and compete in a highly digital society. While they see coding as a way of the future, it also teaches basic, essential skills that are necessary to learn such as critical decision making, experimentation, troubleshooting, cause and effect, and much more! They provide librarians and teachers with tools and resources to bring computational thinking and problem solving to their communities.
How you can help...
Help WisCode Literati by contributing a program kit, sharing a resource, or providing feedback on one of their kits. You can also keep an eye on their project by following them on various social media or through their newsletter.
Something that struck me about it....
From Day 1, this team had an audacious mission: to change the world through code literacy. Setting their goals high pushed them, and they came out of the ILEAD process with a lot of work done and energy to sustain the project. I'd encourage you to look at their site and see how you might use the resources or help!!
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