Based on the book No Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the K-5
Curriculum, this six-page laminated reference guide provides K-5 educators
with information on how to bring coding into their curriculum by embedding
computational thinking skills into activities for every content area.
The guide includes:
• Lesson plans from Google and nofearcoding.org
• Tips for
using tools such as Bee-Bots, code.org, Scratch and ARIS
• An overview
of computational thinking, highlighting the ISTE Computational Thinking
(ISTE Jump Start Guide, 8.5" x 11", 3 laminated panels, 6
About the Author
Williams is a passionate coding and computational thinking advocate. Her over 25
years of experience in education include serving as language, science and
mathematics teacher for grades 6-8, as well as roles as a differentiation
specialist, technology integration specialist, instructional coach, gifted and
talented coordinator, elementary principal and K-8 director of curriculum.
Williams has shared her passion for integrating coding into the curriculum at
local, state, regional and national conferences, and many have leveraged her
expertise for conference presentations, coding coaching, professional
development and K-12 scope and sequence alignment of computer science skills
throughout the curriculum.