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Guidelines-resources/ at master · WomenWhoCode/guidelines-resources. All you need is code. Google has recently launched a new website called Computer Science Education to help students learn coding and computer science.

All you need is code

Google Computer Science Education provides a collection of powerful tools, resources and programs to engage students in learning about the wonders of computer science. It also provides them with a number of scholarships, internships, residences and several other resources to help them develop their professional and technical skills. The three main sections in the website are: This page includes a vast number of resources and programs designed specifically for students and educators that advance computer science education and provide opportunities for exploration and learning in school, in informal settings and at home.

It also provides a number of key tools students can use in class to write computer programs. Kenkawakenkenke/tempescope: Code+CAD data for tempescope. Interactive Math Board – msgarlandblog. This week in CEP 811, I learned more about repurposing and how repurposing is linked to creativity.

Interactive Math Board – msgarlandblog

To get in the right mindset, I read an educational article titled Rethinking Technology & Creativity in the 21st Century: Crayons are the Future. Mishra and The Deep-Play Research Group (2012) state “to be used productively, teachers must understand the different ways that technology can represent content, and recognize how this synchs (or doesn’t synch) with possible teaching approaches” (p. 14).

I completely agree and I found myself nodding along to a lot of the information in this article. Great Minecraft Lesson Plans. One of the reasons Minecraft has been so popular in classrooms -- beyond students just flat-out loving it -- is its versatility.

Great Minecraft Lesson Plans

Minecraft has the utility and flexibility of a learning management system, without all the boring bits. It presents teachers and students alike with a sandbox of possibility for interest-driven, student-centered, project-based, and personalized learning experiences. Maybe the best thing of all, though, is that just about any classroom or lesson, no matter the subject, content, or objective, can make use of it. So whether you're already using Minecraft in your classroom or thinking about taking the plunge, check out the great ideas below for how to use Minecraft. There's sure to be something that'll inspire you. Stortinget skapt på nytt i Minecraft. A beginner's guide to learning Python. Python development is on the rise thanks to its open source nature and ability to power some of the most well-known sites and applications such as Google and YouTube.

A beginner's guide to learning Python

One of the draws to learning Python include its ease-of-use and being able to quickly start learning and developing with Python within a couple of days. With so many career options and jobs requiring either Python or full-stack developers, learning Python can be a great way to land a dream job or boost your career with new skills. Koding for dummies. Leverandører - tips fra Bett 2016 - Digital kreativitet i barnehagen. Smart Toy Robot. Osmo's blocks are like Lego for coding.

It's simply called Osmo Coding, and it builds on top of the Reflective AI platform the company launched a couple years ago.

Osmo's blocks are like Lego for coding

You essentially fit a mirror over the front-facing camera of an iPad, and through some clever software and visual-recognition tech, it's able to translate any physical objects in front of the iPad to a digital environment. Previous Osmo titles include Words, which uses letter pieces, and Tangram, which uses geometric objects. Osmo Coding functions in much the same way, except that you use physical blocks to direct the actions of a character in a game. Scratch + Google = Next Generation of Programming Blocks for Kids — MIT MEDIA LAB. Scratch + Google = Next Generation of Programming Blocks for Kids By the MIT Scratch Team On the Scratch Team, we joke about the number of hours that we put into every detail of the design of our programming blocks and interface.

Scratch + Google = Next Generation of Programming Blocks for Kids — MIT MEDIA LAB

We believe that our careful (sometimes obsessive) attention to design is one of the keys to the success of the Scratch community — which now has more than 11 million registered members, with 15,000 new members joining every day, from all around the world. We work hard to make sure our designs align with the ways kids think and learn, aiming to make Scratch the most intuitive, friendly, and motivating way for kids to learn to code and to express themselves creatively with new technologies. Our broader goal is not just to support Scratch itself, but to spread the Scratch approach to coding and learning.