Alright team, this is not a drill - I invited my superintendent to my classroom and he’s coming! Not until October 16th, but still…
SO, I am trying to figure out what I want him to see and I am curious as to what experienced CSP-ers would want their leadership to see. Right now I am considering these two options, but I am interested in what others think.
- See the first day of programming in unit 3 - pair programming style : rationale here is that I am a new convert to pair programming and I think the magic of students learning to program is SO FUN to watch. It also could be a good excuse to get him involved with the learning (although, I am not sure if that is his style).
- See the text compression lesson: rationale here is that it shows computational thinking in the most vivid way possible. The lesson always seems to go well - engagement is high and thinking is visible.
Right now my calendar could go either way for those two lessons but I am wondering if there are other lessons I haven’t thought of yet. Or, in general, I am curious to hear others’ thoughts!