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Arduino - Home. Anybody can learn. Programar. Teaching Kids to Code. Every era demands--and rewards--different skills.

Teaching Kids to Code

In different times and different places, we have taught our children to grow vegetables, build a house, forge a sword or blow a delicate glass, bake bread, create a soufflé, write a story or shoot hoops. Now we are teaching them to code. We are teaching them to code, however, not so much as an end in itself but because our world has morphed: so many of the things we once did with elements such as fire and iron, or tools such as pencil and paper, are now wrought in code. We are teaching coding to help our kids craft their future.

In this collection we share many different perspectives on coding, from a university professor's vantage point (MIT's Mitch Resnick describes why learning to code is like learning to learn) to an entrepreneur's reflections from his cross-country roadtrip to bring coding--and his stuffed dog--to classrooms across the U.S. We should always teach children to bake bread, feed the goats and wield a hammer. Raspberry Pi. Coding for kids. Teaching Kids to Code. Learn How to Make an iPhone App. Ipauland2 Try IOS is a great introduction to programming for iWhatever devices.

Learn How to Make an iPhone App

The course deftly sidesteps the diversion of the Apple development environment, XCode, simulators and NIB files and instead focuses on the structure of IOS applications - the relationship between controllers and views, and for good measure adds some network code and JSON into the mix. I can't fault the course. It's to the point, it takes the participant (and we do have to participate) deeper and deeper into the architecture of IOS development, peeling back the layers as we progress. The coding exercises are well explained and re-enforce understanding, without inhibiting progress by making exercises overly burdensome. Wonder Workshop. How To Make An iPhone App - Start Here. Welcome!

How To Make An iPhone App - Start Here

If you’re new to programming, you’ll soon discover that with a little practice, it’s not as hard as people make it out to be! You can definitely teach yourself how to code iPhone apps and before you know it, you’ll be submitting your own app into the App Store. Keep reading and I’ll tell you which of my resources and tutorials will help jumpstart your learning! The Learning Plan I really believe in a practical approach to learning how to make an iPhone app. Below is series of lessons designed for people who have no programming experience.

You’ll be introduced to programming terminology, Swift code and iOS development basics one building block at a time. Module 1: Basics In this module, you’ll get an orientation of the development environment, a tiny taste of Swift code and participate in building your very first app! Module 2: The art of war In Module 2, you’ll dive right into creating a simple version of the card game, War. 11. What’s next? It absolutely makes sense, doesn’t it? 3rd Party Educator Resources. Tutorials for the Classroom CodeHS Online curriculum designed specifically for highschool classrooms.

3rd Party Educator Resources

Khan Academy Online curriculum that teaches JavaScript programming in a visual environment. Codecademy After School A complete online afterschool program for a coding club. Tynker Teach programming in elementary or middle school in a fun way. Curriculum You Can Integrate. K-5 Program. Code.org has developed an elementary school curriculum that allows even the youngest students to explore the limitless world of computing - at no cost for schools.

K-5 Program

The courses blend online, self-guided and self-paced tutorials with “unplugged” activities that require no computer at all. Each course consists of about 20 lessons that may be implemented as one unit or over the course of a semester. Even kindergarten-aged pre-readers can participate. Professional development workshops near you - at no cost (US only) Code.org is offering high-quality, zero-cost, 1-day workshops to prepare educators and content-area teachers (librarians, tech-ed specialists, etc.) to introduce computer science basics in a format that's fun and accessible to the youngest learners (grades K-5). These workshops are led by experienced Code.org Facilitators in over 60 cities across the United States.

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