I immediately thought about this group of students.
The students in this picture are scanning the QR code to the Hour of Code Learn website in order to participate with their iPads.
"On December 9, Code.org kicked off a new, nationwide campaign called the “Hour of Code,” which asked teachers across the U.S. to help introduce their students to the basics of computer science through the organization’s coding programs and tutorials. Timed in conjunction with Computer Science Education Week, the campaign has sought to change the perception of Computer Science in the American education system — chief of which is the fact that, today, 9 out of 10 schools in the U.S. do not offer computer science classes."
I worked with many classes during Computer Science Education Week, and I continue to work with classes this first week back after our Winter Vacation.
Gazing off into the future, I'm looking forward to hearing how our Hour of Code inspired these students.