Creating a pathway begins with making a plan and assembling a team to lead the work. Begin by assessing where you are and where you want to go. While planning your pathway, it is important to start with what is already happening in your district and examine data to notice inequities that exist. At this stage, clarifying your district’s vision and building on existing initiatives provides a strong foundation for your computational thinking pathway.
Examine data to identify inequities in computing within your district and set an equity goal to center within your work.
Designate a team of district, school, and teacher leaders to guide development and identify your district vision for the computational thinking pathway.
Identify existing district initiatives that support CT integration and the dissemination of your pathway.