Even though I am retired, I am currently developing and teaching TLP—Teaching and Learning Programming—to our RPP grant participants (see the page for more information.
We (Sarah, Ben, and I) are also working to expand the program to other portions of the state, and perhaps beyond.
The only really bad part of teaching is grading, particularly the old fashioned kind (mark it and put a score on it). I'm (still :-) hoping to figure out some way to make grading more learning-centered and less onerous. Until then, I'm behind in my grading.
I am currently trying to learn from Understanding by Design by Grant Wiggins and Jay McTighe. I recommend it.
I encountered an article about equitable grading. I bought the book, Grading for Equity and am working to incorporate it into my work. (I scrapped the 90, 80, ... percentage grading scale a long time ago.)
I read science fiction a lot and repeatedly. At the moment, however, I am reading Inspector Gamache novels by Louise Penny. (My wife recommended them.)