Seymour Papert
On Logo

In 1986 Seymour Papert, the "father of Logo," collaborated with award-winning filmmaker William Schwartz and Elizabeth Schwartz, who was Assistant Superintendent of the Ladue, Missouri School District, to produce Seymour Papert On Logo.

In this video series, Papert shares his vision of thinking, learning, and teaching in a computer culture, and also addresses technical issues about Logo and programming more generally. 



Logo Foundation Events

This intensive immersion in creative computing is for K12 teachers, parents, and technology integrators. Our project-based and learner-centered methodology supports computational thinking, and STEAM learning and teaching.

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Programming for Everyone - with Scratch!

Saturday, March 21, 2020

10:00 am - 1:00 pm

Postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back for new dates.

Teachers College, Columbia University
New York City

If you have little or no experience with computer programming this workshop is for you. Get started with Scratch, a programming language that is easy to learn and is widely used by young people in schools, clubs, and at home.

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This workshop is jointly sponsored by the Logo Foundation and STEMTeachersNYC.