New Google Resource: A Search Engine for CS Teachers

April 25, 2014 at 9:15 am 1 comment

Cameron Fadjo at Google has been leading the development of a customized search engine for identifying K-12 computer science materials. He asked me to share it with all of you:

Are you a K-12 classroom teacher or after school program volunteer looking for computer science education materials (such as lessons, tutorials, worksheets, or videos)? Visit CS4HS (http://cs4hs.com/resources/) or Google for Education (http://www.google.com/edu/tools-and-solutions/index.html#stem-cs) to access the ‘Search Engine for K-12 Computer Science Education’, a new customized search developed by Google to help you find K-12 coding, computer programming, or computer science resources for your classroom or extra-curricular program.

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