About this Series
Many people view computer programming as a narrow technical skill, useful only for a small subset of the population. But coding can be for everyone, enabling people with diverse interests to develop new strategies for thinking, learning, and expressing themselves. In this month-long series of activities and discussions, we’ll explore how and what young people learn as they program and share interactive stories, games, animations, and simulations -- and how educators can support young people as they design, share, and learn. We'll focus on experiences with the Scratch programming language and the ScratchEd community for educators who help others learn with Scratch.