This site shares all of the resources and guidelines that Normal Public Library uses to run a mentorship program that pairs youth with an adult mentor who has experience in technology.
Curated by the Connected Learning Alliance, this is a one-shop to find video, reports, podcasts, and more describing how Connected Learning works in libraries.
This article serves as a guide to what Finland is doing to innovate their curriculum and prepare their students for a changing world.
This online textbook covers many of the topics central to the ideas libraries need to embrace when supporting and providing computational thinking activities. Chapters topics include connected learning, design thinking, how children learn, and developing learning assessments.
Developed by the Creative Communities Research Group at the University of Colorado Boulder, Family Creative Learning is a workshop series that engages children and their parents to learn together — as designers and inventors — through the use of creative technologies.
An overview of what computational thinking (CT) is and why it is important for libraries to add computational thinking activities to services for all ages.
Great springboard into unplugged activities and ways to think about coding outside of the computer.
The Ready to Code Facilitation Pathway lays out key themes critical to facilitating learning for youth. From starting out with computational thinking (CT) activities to advocating for it in library services, these themes will help library staff understand and frame what it takes to build computational thinking into their programs and services.
Hanging Out, Messing Around & Geeking Out (HOMAGO) is an experiential learning theory about how youth learn in new social and media environments. This Guidebook explains what it is, why it is important, how to document it, and the role of adults/mentors in the space.
This slide deck gives important data and quotes from industry professional about the importance of computational thinking. Useful information to for advocate for coding programs.