8 Elements of a stimulating computing classroom | Terry Freedman

In 2012 I wrote an article called The Stimulating Classroom. Much of it was still relevant in 2016, so I republished it with some minor amendments. This article builds on those two predecessors, with some additional material.

It seems paradoxical, but the most boring classrooms tend to be the ones that are full of technology – and little else. The worst ones I’ve been into are those in which 30 or more computers are crammed into rows, allowing no room for note-taking, let alone collaboration — despite plenty of…

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