OK, so we worked together a bit and hopefully you are all jazzed up about the potential for computationality in your classroom, school, or district. But now what?
Now: Take action. Here’s how.
1. Explore Plotting Plots, newsletter, & download free ELA guide
- Sign up for the Newsletter, which starts with a Harry Plotter series!
- Read some posts the demonstrate computational readings of literature
- Try plotting some plots for yourself
- Download the free ELA guide for teachers
2. Like the Plotting Plots Facebook Page
- If you are active on Facebook, then the Plotting Plots Facebook Page is a great way to stay abreast of new posts and resources
3. Ping a colleague in your school & district; make a squad
- Right now: think of a colleague or two who you believe would enjoy talking about compuatational methods in the teaching of EAL
- OK. Got them?
- Send them a message with a link to this website and set a time to get together to discuss it
4. Read more on computationality in K-12 CS and ELA by Tom
- Integrating Computer Science Across the Core: Strategies for K-12 Districts by Tom Liam Lynch, Gerald Ardito, and Pam Amendola
- The Hidden Role of Software in Educational Research: Policy to Practice by Tom Liam Lynch
- “Electrical Evocations: Computer Science, the Teaching of Literature, and the Future of English Education” by Tom Liam Lynch
- “Much Ado About Computational Methods” by Tom Liam Lynch
5. Take Tom’s “Much Ado About K-12 CS” course
If you found value in our work together, you might really enjoy my self-paced online course. You can learn or revisit key concepts and methods as often as you like. Check it out for yourself!
6. Connect with me on social media so we can stay in touch
The easiest way to stay in touch is by connecting with Tom and Plotting Plots via the channels below!