Resources for Building Equitable Computational Thinking Activities for Youth & Families

This list of resources gives library staff a starting point for learning about how to advocate for and broaden participation in computational thinking activities.

Several of the resources listed provide data and talking points that library staff can use when advocating for the importance of broadening participation to youth of color, girls, and underserved and underrepresented groups.

Audience: 
Middle school (6-8)
High school (9-12)
Girls
English language learners
Youth of color
Lower income communities
Youth with learning disabilities
Learner Experience w/ CS & CT: 
Beginner
Facilitator Type: 
Library staff member
Facilitator Experience w/ CS & CT: 
Beginner
Type of Library: 
Public
School
Tribal
Library Location Type: 
Rural
Suburban
Urban
Size: 
Very small (< 300 students, < 10k population)
Small (< 500 students, < 24k population)
Medium (< 750 students, < 99k population)
Large (< 1000 students, < 500k population)
Very large (1000+ students, 500k+ population)
Requirements: 
Technology not required
No cost
Ready to Code Pathway Connection: 
Broadening participation
Resource Type: 
Website
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