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Brian Aspinall on Episode 396

Happy Hour of Code Week. Here are your ideas to get started. Brian Aspinall, author of Code Breaker: 15+ Ways to Get Started with Coding, shares how students from kindergarten to high school can start to learn coding. He also discusses why the argument that every child won’t become a coder just doesn’t hold water. Enjoy Hour of Code week!

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Brian Aspinall’s Bio as Submitted


Brian Aspinall is an educator, best selling author and three times TEDx speaker who is considered one of the brightest STEM innovators in education. His book, Code Breaker – 15+ Ways to Get Started With Coding, continues to top the charts in STEAM Education with a focus on rethinking assessment and evaluation. Recently he was awarded the Canadian Prime Minister’s Award for Teaching Excellence for his work with coding and computational thinking. His enthusiasm thought leadership, and approach to building capacity within STEAM education has made him a sought-after speaker throughout North America and has earned him the honor of being selected as Canada’s first Minecraft, Micro:BiT, and Makey Makey Ambassadors!

Blog: http://www.mraspinall.com

Twitter:  @mraspinall

 

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