Bits and Behavior
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Bits and Behavior

FINISH THIS LEGO PROJECT IN ONE HOUR OR YOU FAIL. Credit Kelly Sikkema.

On pacing and programming pedagogy

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This is the blog for the Code & Cognition lab, directed by professor Amy J. Ko, Ph.D. at the University of Washington. Here we reflect on our individual and collective struggle to understand computing and harness it for justice. See our work at https://faculty.washington.edu/ajko

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Amy J. Ko

Amy J. Ko

Professor of programming + learning + design + justice at the University of Washington Information School. Trans; she/her. #BlackLivesMatter.

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