An interesting article on "Culturally responsive computing: a theory revisited"

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by Susan Klimczak -

Among the FabLearn Fellows and at the Fab Learn Conference this past October, there has been a focus on thinking about how to put youth of color, young women and youth living in families with low incomes at the center of the maker education movement. 

As part of my own research for a current project at the South End Technology Center @ Tent City, Dr. Nettrice Gaskins, the Director of the STEAM Lab at the Boston Art Academy High School, recommended I read this excellent article that she cited as part of her dissertation.  I wanted to share it with the community.  

Kimberly A. Scott, Kimberly M. Sheridan & Kevin Clark (2014):
Culturally responsive computing: a theory revisited, Learning, Media and Technology

http://goo.gl/NgH1nR

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