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INNOVATION! Makerspaces in NYC School Libraries: Coding

High quality examples of makerspaces in school libraries where hands-on learning, creativity, and critical thinking flourish.

Coding!

CSI HS for International Studies

Description

A coding club and Codeacademy flourish at College of Staten Island School for International Studies.  Visit librarian, Patricia Sarles' blog, HTML and CSS Coding Makerspace for a detailed look at this new makerspace.

Martin Luther King, Jr. Campus

Description

The MLK Campus hosts a weekly Hour of Code in the library, using Khan Academy.  Students use the hour to work their way through Khan Academy's self-paced tutorials and work together when they come to concepts they do not understand.  The goal is to be able to add coding to their resumes and potential spark interest in STEM careers.

PS 1X The Courtlandt School

PS 62Q Chester Park

Description

Coding is a Kindergarten through fifth grade activity at our school!  A technology club, Lego robotics and programming are just some of the innovative programs you will see at P.S. 62.  Like us on Facebook and follow us on twitter@PS62chesterpark for more information. 

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