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Barron, Brigid. 2006. “Interest and Self-Sustained Learning as Catalysts of Development: A Learning Ecology Perspective.” Human Development 49:193-224.

Bell, Philip. 2005. “Reflections on the Cognitive and Social Foundations of Information and Communication Technology Fluency.” Paper read at Workshop on ICT Fluency and High School Graduation Outcomes, October 23-24, 2005, Washington, D.C.

Bell, Tim, Ian H. Witten, and Mike Fellows. 2006. Computer Science Unplugged: An Enrichment and Extension Programme for Primary-Aged Children. Canterbury, New Zealand: Computer Science Unplugged.

Blikstein, Paulo, and Uri Wilensky. 2007. “Bifocal Modeling: A Framework for Combining Computer Modeling, Robotics and Real-World Sensing.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA 2007), April 9-13, 2007, Chicago.

Blum, Lenore, and Thomas J. Cortina. 2007. “CS4HS: An Outreach Program for High School CS Teachers.” Paper read at ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, March 7-10, 2007, Covington, Kentucky.

Blum, Lenore, and Richard J. Lipton. 2009. “Algorithms: Tiny Yet Powerful—and We Can’t Live Without Them.” Available at http://rjlipton.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/ algorithms-tiny-yet-powerful/.

Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Computational Thinking. See http://www.cs.cmu. edu/~CompThink/.

Denning, Peter. 2004. “Great Principles in Computing Curricula.” Paper read at ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, March 3-7, 2004, Norfolk, Virginia.

Denning, Peter. 2009. “Beyond Computational Thinking: A CACM IT Profession Column.” Communications of the ACM 52(6):28-30.

diSessa, Andrea. 2008. “Can Students Re-Invent Fundamental Scientific Principles?: Evaluating the Promise of New-Media Literacies.” In Children’s Learning in a Digital World, edited by T. Willoughby and E. Wood. Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing.



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D Supplemental Bibliography Barron, Brigid. 2006. “Interest and Self-Sustained Learning as Catalysts of Development: A Learning Ecology Perspective.” Human Deelopment 49:193-224. Bell, Philip. 2005. “Reflections on the Cognitive and Social Foundations of Information and Communication Technology Fluency.” Paper read at Workshop on ICT Fluency and High School Graduation Outcomes, October 23-24, 2005, Washington, D.C. Bell, Tim, Ian H. Witten, and Mike Fellows. 2006. Computer Science Unplugged: An Enrich- ment and Extension Programme for Primary-Aged Children. Canterbury, New Zealand: Computer Science Unplugged. Blikstein, Paulo, and Uri Wilensky. 2007. “Bifocal Modeling: A Framework for Combining Computer Modeling, Robotics and Real-World Sensing.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA 2007), April 9-13, 2007, Chicago. Blum, Lenore, and Thomas J. Cortina. 2007. “CS4HS: An Outreach Program for High School CS Teachers.” Paper read at ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Educa - tion, March 7-10, 2007, Covington, Kentucky. Blum, Lenore, and Richard J. Lipton. 2009. “Algorithms: Tiny Yet Powerful—and We Can’t Live Without Them.” Available at http://rjlipton.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/ algorithms-tiny-yet-powerful/. Carnegie Mellon University, Center for Computational Thinking. See http://www.cs.cmu. edu/~CompThink/. Denning, Peter. 2004. “Great Principles in Computing Curricula.” Paper read at ACM Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, March 3-7, 2004, Norfolk, Virginia. Denning, Peter. 2009. “Beyond Computational Thinking: A CACM IT Profession Column.” Communications of the ACM 52(6):28-30. diSessa, Andrea. 2008. “Can Students Re-Invent Fundamental Scientific Principles?: Evaluat- ing the Promise of New-Media Literacies.” In Children’s Learning in a Digital World, edited by T. Willoughby and E. Wood. Oxford, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishing. 

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0 APPENDIX D Wing, Jeannette M. 2008. “Computational Thinking and Thinking About Computing.” Philo- sophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 366:3717-3725. Wing, Jeannette M. 2008. “Five Deep Questions in Computing.” Communications of the ACM 51(1):58-60.

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