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“I really hope this coding movement isn’t just a trend, but rather a foreign language in schools for the future.”
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“I really hope this coding movement isn’t just a trend, but rather a foreign language in schools for the future.”
—Carl Hooker

“There is a lot of work to be done to help use social media in a good way. We can’t let negative experiences prevent us from engaging in these online spaces with kids.”
—Jennifer Casa-Todd

“Seymour [Papert]’s dream isn’t dead because he is; instead, he has left his work to us, his devotees, to continue. It is now time for us to step up to the plate.”
—Omoju Miller

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Leaders instill trust in those thatwork for them. They get thingsdone when they say they’re goingto. There isn’t really a “backburner” to put things on.—Kyle Pace

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We do better as designers and entrepreneurs when we create products that reflect aspirations rather than norms.

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“We need to stop targeting media as the problem and start getting to the heart of the issue...if there really is one.”

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Just because work is hands-on
does not mean it is minds-on.
—Terry Heick

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I will acknowledge that good teaching and good inquiry can happen without technology; but I think in order for our classrooms to remain relevant … it suddenly is about the technology in a way that it wasn’t previously.