A slide deck of exercises to build CS and decoding skills
These exercises ask the learner to identify abstractions in the computer model as compared to a diagram or image of a natural phenomenon.
A list of factors to consider for facilitators and school districts or partner organizations in planning a workshop.
This 8:13 minute video gives techniques for facilitating classrooms of students who are working on projects.
A video (7:54) for teachers and facilitators with helpful techniques on facilitating design-and-build activities in ways then encourage students to become self-sufficient problem solvers.
Tips on how to set up a folder so students can share their work in an online gallery of sorts.
In this video, a Project GUTS teacher explains how and why we use computer models in science classrooms.
In this video, GUTS teachers talk about instilling dispositions and classroom culture that supports scientific inquiry and the development of computational thinking.
In this video, GUTS teachers talk about using models within science classrooms.
In this video, Corinna Low give teachers words of encouragement to try the Project GUTS CS in Science curriculum.
This video shows an interview of Corinna Low, a middle school science teacher from South San Francisco.
This video introduces computational thinking. It was produced by Project GUTS with Code.org.
This video was produced by Project GUTS and Code.org to introduce agent based modeling.
This video was produced by Project GUTS and Code.org to introduce Complex Adaptive Systems.
This video was produced by Project GUTS and Code.org to introduce computational science.