Using Computational Thinking

to Inspire Innovation Across the

K-12 Curriculum


Publications

Publications Discussing South Fayette’s Computational Thinking Model 2016-2017

Murphy Paul, Annie. “The Coding Revolution.” Scientific American Aug. 2016:42-49. Online and Print.


Hodges, Charles B. Emerging Research, Practice, and Policy on Computational Thinking. Ed. Peter J. Rich. N.p.: Springer Verlag, 2017. Print. Chapter "A Future-Focused Education: Designed to Create the Innovators of Tomorrow.” Laurie F. Ruberg and Aileen Owens. 367-392.


Rondinelli, Bille, Dr., and Aileen M. Owens. “Computational Thinking.” AASA May 2017: 23-27. Print and Online. http://www.aasa.org/schooladministratorissue.aspx?id=28274


Gormley, William T., Jr. Critical Advantage. S.I.: Harvard Education, 2017. Print Chapter 7. Critical Thinking and the Technological Revolution. 157-185.


Herold, Ben. “Classroom Technology: Where Schools Stand.” Education Week. June 12, 2017. Vol. 36, Issue 35, Pages 5-6, 8-11. Published in Print June 14, 2017 as Tech-Training Divide.

Contact Information

Twitter: @innovationsfsd


Aileen Owens

Director of Technology and Innovation (amowens@southfayette.org)


Stephanie DeLuca

Curriculum, Innovation and Technology Coordinator (sjdeluca@southfayette.org)


Melissa Unger

K-2 STEAM Facilitator (mmunger@southfayette.org)


AJ Mannarino

Middle School Technology Education Facilitator (ajmannarino@southfayette.org)