FETC 201: No Preschool Isn’t Too Young To Start Coding

We’ve said it a lot here at nibletz.com and we’re going to continue to hear that, in the coming years, coding will be as prevalent in schools as learning Spanish or French. That’s because there are more American jobs in STEM and coding careers than in the automotive industry and that trend will continue to rise at almost hockey stick growth.

Just ahead of ISTE 2017 last year, the International Society For Technology in Education published a book by Wisconsin teacher Heidi Williams. The book entitled; No-Fear Coding: Computational Thinking Across the K-5 Curriculum, presents a rationale for introducing coding to young students — to set them up for future success and prepare them for more advanced coding in middle and high school.

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