Watchworthy Wednesday: Connecting Hip-Hop and Coding

How can young people use coding to express their interests in areas such as hip-hop dance? To explore this question, Progressive Arts Alliance and the MIT Scratch team will host the Hip-Hop and Scratch Coding Summit, a two-day workshop for educators and program leaders to learn about creative pathways into computing.

The summit, to be held Oct. 21-22 in Cleveland, Ohio, will bring together a diverse group of people who lead programs for young people, especially for youth in underserved communities. Forty participants will be chosen on Sept. 5, so there’s still time to apply.

The summit is part of a National Science Foundation-funded initiative, “Coding for All: Interest-Driven Trajectories to Computational Fluency,” a collaboration led by the Scratch team at the MIT Media Lab, the DML Research Hub at UC Irvine, and Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.

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