Digital technology devices seem to appear much faster than we can evaluate their utility. Their capabilities often far exceed the needs or wants of users. Is this extravagance a hazard?  Bill Mullins, Independent Community Organizer, reflects on his experience with some KCPS Charter School 3rd Graders during a recent introduction to the “practice of computer coding.”

ON All Souls Forum | May 7, 2014 | 12:00 pm

“Computational Thinking or Mindful Computing?” with Bill Mullins

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Digital technology devices seem to appear much faster than we can evaluate their utility. Their capabilities often far exceed the needs or wants of users. Is this extravagance a hazard?  Bill Mullins, Independent Community Organizer, reflects on his experience with some KCPS Charter School 3rd Graders during a recent introduction to the “practice of computer coding.”

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