Computer Science Books for Check-Out

A Pen by Curtis Andres

Computer Science Books for Check-Out

computational thinking book

Computational Thinking {and Coding} for Every Student By Jane Krauss and Kiki Prottsman

Computational Thinking and Coding for Every Student is the beginner’s guide for K-12 educators who want to learn to integrate the basics of computer science into their curriculum. Readers will find •Strategies and activities for teaching computational thinking and coding inside and outside of school, at any grade level, across disciplines •Instruction-ready lessons for every grade •A discussion guide and companion website with videos, activities, and other resources


 

Bee-bots Kit

Hacking the Curriculum: Creative Computing and the Power of Play​ by Ian Livingstone and Shahneila Saeed

This book explains the critical importance of coding and computing in modern schools - and offer teachers and school leaders real practical guidance on how to improve their current provision to a generation of youngsters for whom digital skills are critical.






 

hello ruby book

Hello Ruby​ by Linda Liukas (website)

Hello Ruby is the world's most whimsical way to learn about computers, technology and programming. The story started with a book, and now Ruby continues her adventures in exercises, games and apps. It’s suited for kids age 5 years and older (but even adults might learn something new).




 

No Fear Coding Book

No Fear Coding​ by Heidi Williams

No-Fear Coding shows K-5 educators how to bring coding into their curriculum by embedding computational thinking skills into activities for every content area. At the same time, embedding these skills helps students prepare for coding in the middle grades as they build their knowledge.