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Nov 01 2019 - 08:30pm
THE FIFTH GRADE SAYS HELLO


Work with the entire class or a small group of leaders to decide upon a short message to be spelled out by the card section. An example might be THE FIFTH GRADE SAYS HELLO." Count the number of letters and blanks paces in the message (in this case there are 25 letters and blanks). Have each student who will be in the card section write down the integers from one up to the number of letters on a sheet of paper...Now 'program' the first letter.

Computer Literacy Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students, 1983


Gottesman Libraries holds a remarkable collection of computer literacy curriculum from the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s showcasing the ways that computers and technology first made its way into the classroom. Strategies for increasing computer literacy among both children and educators focused on building bridges with metaphors. Instructional strategies for educators aimed to ease anxieties of early classroom computer use, as well as provide frameworks based on computer science curriculum that could be applied or modified for the K-12 classroom. Other materials focus on designing computer science and programming instruction with technology of the times. Threads of these early instructional strategies continue to influence the evolving relationships between technology and the classroom today.








Early Computer Literacy, Instruction, & Curriculum Book List:


Computer Metaphors: Approaches to Computer Literacy For Educators

Howard A. Peelle


Computer Literacy Activities for Elementary and Middle School Students

International Council for Computers in Education


Computer Literacy: A Hands On Approach

Arthur Luehrmann and Herbert Peckman


Toward Computer Literacy: A Compendium of Planning and Curriculum Materials in Computer Literacy

The University of the State of New York


Computer FUNdamentals: Computer Literacy Activities for Kids and Kids at Heart

Barbara L. Kurshan and Nancy R. Healy


Humanistic Perspectives on Computers in the Schools

edited by Steven Harlow


Teaching Machines and Programming

edited by K. Austwick


The Computer in the School

Justine Baker


Creating Computer Programs For Learning: A Guide for Trainers, Parents, and Teachers

Gary W. Orwig


Coping With Computers in the Elementary and Middle Schools

C. Alan Riedesel and Douglas H. Clements


Computer Support for Education

Carmela Hernandez-Logan


Programmed Learning

Wendell I. Smith and J. William Moore


Shaping the New Education: Programmed Instruction and Teaching Machine

Lawrence M. Stolurow


Automatic Teaching: The State of the Art

Eugene Galanter


Teaching Machines and Programmed Instruction

Harry Kay, Bernard Dodd, and Max Sime

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