Lars Gunther interviewed by WaSP
Earlier this year I mentioned that a letter was sent from The WaSP Education Task Force to Skolverket, the Swedish National Agency for Education. The letter, which I co-signed, was written by Swedish computer science teacher Lars Gunther. More on that in A letter from WASP-EduTF to Skolverket.
During the last year, Lars has been spending a lot of time and energy working for a change to the way Web related subjects are being taught in the Swedish gymnasium (senior high/secondary school). To find out more about him and what he has been doing to affect the gymnasium curriculum, Rob Dickerson and April Siegfried of the WaSP Education Task Force recently interviewed Lars.
The interview is available in English (WaSP Interviews Lars Gunther) and in Swedish (WaSP Intervjuar Lars Gunther). I helped out with the translation from English to Swedish, so blame me for any mistakes in the Swedish version.
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