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Resources_Made with Code. Code Monster from Crunchzilla. <h2>Code Monster gets kids excited about programming. It is a combination of a game and tutorial where kids experiment with learning to code. <p> Code Monster use Javascript. Please enable Javascript if you want the play with the Code Monster.

Otherwise, Code Monster will not be able to play with you. </p><p></h2> I'm Code Monster! Getting Started Lesson 1 BACK How to Play | Lesson Sections | About | FAQ | Terms of Use | Privacy | Contact | © 2015 How to Play Code Monster teaches kids and adults a little about Javascript programming! It's easy to play. Click on the Reset button if you really mess up your code and want to start over on a lesson. Code Monster saves what lesson you are on, so feel free to stop at any time and come back later. Have fun! About Code Monster from Crunchzilla is an interactive tutorial for kids that focuses on action. Projects start with simple boxes and colors, rapidly progressing into exciting experiments with simple animation and fractals. Sure! Terms of Use Oh my. CSTA - Highlighted Resources. Highlighted Resources Three New Videos from To help inspire kids to learn computer science, some of our greatest tech heroes have come together to record a short video message about how learning to code has influenced their lives and opened up doors.

The message has received rave reviews in tests with students. For your convenience, has created 1-minute, 5-minute, and 9-minute versions. Please check them out. Please don't just show this in your own CS classes. Check out these new videos at ! Microsoft Resources for Programming This document contains a large (but not complete) list of resources that anyone interested in programming and computer science education can download and use for free. Microsoft Research Profiles of Women in Computing This site profiles women researchers who are using computer science to solve some of the world's most vexing problems or technologists who are creating the next wave of paradigm-shifting products. Quizzes with a Theme. NavSpark: Arduino Compatible with GPS GNSS Receiver. English, Simplified Chinese (简体中文), Traditional Chinese (繁體中文) For viewers in some region having problem seeing the above YouTube video, the contents is here: Powerpoint (简体中文), Youku Video (简体中文).

NavSpark 点名时间上中文說明: NavSpark is a small, powerful, breadboard-friendly, 32bit development board that is Arduino compatible, with a world class GPS receiver as on-board peripheral, and under $15. There is also NavSpark-BD, a variant model having world-class GPS/Beidou receiver as on-board peripheral, that enables you to adopt new GPS/Beidou satellite navigation technology when Broadcom Qualcomm just recently came out with solution supporting Beidou to their tier-1 smartphone customers like Apple and Samsung. NavSpark puts leading edge satellite navigation technology in the hands of the makers. Up until now, adding GPS to an Arduino requires additional GPS shield, which adds cost and size. NavSpark has GPS built-in, so there is no need for an additional GPS shield. Hour of Code Unplugged: Computational Thinking without a Computer. Believe it or not, you don’t need to have access to computers to teach kids computational thinking. Students can learn some important practices with just a paper and a pencil.

Here’s a project kids can complete without any computer access. Even if you have your Hour of Code project ready to go online, you may want to keep this nearby as a handy backup in case the unexpected happens. Materials Needed Paper Pencils or pens Instruction Engineering: Kids create instructions on how to make something. How To Students are divided into groups of 2 to 5. They do not share their topic with any other team. The other team is to precisely follow the instructions handed to them with the goal of discovering what they are making, and to make it (if possible).

Facilitator’s Job As the teacher, you may facilitate, but do not give out the answer. Share! Share your projects, pictures, and stories on twitter! Upcycling Ideas and Inspiration | Upcycle That. Videojug - Get Good At Life. The world's best how to videos plus free expert advice and tutorials. RandomKid Home. Resources. MakerZone | Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Lego MINDSTORMS Project Resources.

Guides/pdfs/SketchITPlayIT.pdf. An Introduction to the Arduino. Arduino Projects. Upcycling Ideas and Inspiration | Upcycle That. Projects_Made with Code. About CS First | Google CS First. Invent to Learn Ideas & Links. High-Low Tech. Cut Out + Keep - Make and share step by step craft tutorials! DIY Electronics Projects + Prototypes Made With littleBits. Make - Bare ConductiveBare Conductive.

TakeItApart. 123D Circuits. Makeymakey. Razor Robotics - Robot Guides for Beginners, Educational Resources, Careers Advice and much more! Welcome to our Hour of Code™! | Hour of Drawing with Code. My BIG List of iPad Coding Apps for Kids! December 9-15, 2013 is Computer Science Education Week, and this year their big push is to get coding incorporated into school curriculums everywhere.

There are lots of reasons why kids should be coding, but none more than the fact that there are more resources than ever to help students and teachers get started, regardless of their previous experiences with computer programming. So, in honor of the #HourOfCode project, here is my BIG list of iPad coding apps for kids. There is something here for students of all ages. Bee-Bot (Free) - The new Bee-Bot App from TTS Group has been developed based on our well-loved, award-winning Bee-Bot floor robot. The app makes use of Bee-Bot’s keypad functionality and enables children to improve their skills in directional language and programming through sequences of forwards, backwards, left and right 90 degree turns. Bee-Bot Pyramid ($0.99) - A fun educational Numeracy game which encourages directional language, sequencing and problem solving. Using GitHub. What's a Repo? Repo is short for repository. Think of a repo as a folder of files and all the changes made to the files are recorded.

If there’s ever a problem with a file you can go back in time to figure out what changes you made. The most common use for repos are for managing large code projects but repo tracking is good for a variety of applications in the hardware world including PCB layouts, firmware, datasheets and documentation. For example, let us imagine someone has created an Arduino sketch to demonstrate how to read an analog sensor. byte myValue = 0; myValue = analogRead(A0); There’s a couple improvements that could be made to this code (analogRead returns an int not a byte!).

What is this git thing? Git is a software management tool designed for extremely large coding projects (such as Linux). We’re going to cover a few things in this tutorial: Download ZIP Just need to get some code from a public GitHub project? Right-clicking won’t work Managing Repos Oh! Wow! Nice job Bob! Get Unity. Sphero For Education | Sphero. 2020 CHG MGMT Global Connect - Video Bundle | Association of Change Management Professionals. There are 24 pre-recorded Global Connect sessions, which consist of 6 track topics: Change Leadership and Critical Change Competencies; Change Management’s Role in the Future of Work; Empowering Change Management Success; Harnessing Collaborative Disciplines; Leveraging Technology in Organizational Change; and Research, Emerging Trends and Innovation. They do not include the Live/Opening session recordings.

To view the full list of recorded sessions, please click here [PDF]. After your purchase you will receive a notification to download a PDF document, which will contain your link to the videos. These videos will be hosted until May 14, 2021. (Downloading is not permitted.) The pricing for videos is: Conference attendees*: $99 Members: $299 Non-Members: $449 * If you were a Conference attendee and you would like to purchase the Global Connect Video Bundle, please send an email to Épidémie de Coronavirus (Covid-19) -J'ai été en contact avec une personne malade du Covid-19 : que dois-je faire ?

Depuis le 21 mars 2022, si vous avez côtoyé une personne testée positive à la Covid-19, vous n'avez plus à vous isoler, que vous soyez vacciné ou non. Vous devez appliquer strictement les mesures barrières, notamment porter un masque en extérieur et en intérieur, en attendant le résultat du test, à faire deux jours après le contact. En raison de l'actuel rebond de l'épidémie et de la 7e vague dont le pic est attendu fin juillet, vous rappelle les consignes à suivre si vous êtes cas contact. Vous avez côtoyé une personne dans un contexte vous exposant à un risque de contamination qui a été testée positive à la Covid-19. Vous avez été informé de cette situation par le cas positif ou par l'Assurance Maladie (par SMS ou par téléphone) ou par l'application TousAntiCovid : vous êtes cas contact. Dans l'attente du résultat du test vous devez : Si votre test est négatif vous devez : Si votre test est positif vous devez : vous êtes vacciné : vous devez vous isoler pendant 7 jours.

Classement Master Management et Droit de l'Immobilier, top 20 2020 des masters Management et Droit de l'Immobilier. Choisir un Master, un MS ou un MBA en Management et Droit de l'Immobilier - lumière sur la spécialité Le secteur du management et droit de l’immobilier Le management et droit de l’immobilier est un secteur dont l’activité est principalement francilienne. Il emploie aujourd’hui près de 250 000 salariés et offre de belles perspectives d’avenir.

Master/MS/MBA en management et droit de l’immobilier Chaque master, MS ou MBA en management et droit de l’immobilier dispose de son propre programme. Etre titulaire d’un master, MS ou MBA en management et droit de l’immobilier offre des perspectives de carrières intéressantes. L’œil du spécialiste : pourquoi faire un master, un MS ou un MBA en management et droit de l’immobilier ? Comme le souligne Isabelle Maleyre, directrice académique et de la recherche à l’ESPI, " la diversité et la richesse des métiers de l’immobilier et de la ville ne sont pas suffisamment connues. Travailler dans le secteur du management et droit de l’immobilier. Inch Worm Soft Robot. (Time-lapsed videos above of Inch Worm Soft Robot) A few months back, I saw the videos of Matthew Borgatti’s soft robots (videos below) and was really captivated by them. They inspired me to think about building a soft robot using pneumatic pressure for locomotion, but as a newbie to both Arduino and silicone casting, I decided to make a simplified version using more off-the-shelf, readily-available materials.

This inch worm soft robot uses a party balloon, a hacked blood pressure monitor (for the pump, psi sensor, etc.) and some sheet silicone and vinyl. And an Arduino starter kit, of course! This robot is still connected to the Arduino UNO (and connected back to a laptop), but I eventually will miniaturize it and transfer it to a Pro-trinket and house it within the robot. Also, I am hoping to be able to add a more powerful pump to get the worm to move faster... the videos you see are time-lapsed (10x faster). Updates on this to follow! Basic Arduino Basic soldering Basic sewing 1 balloon. 5 Year Olds Coding Without Technology. Melissa Dann () is a prep teacher in Melbourne Australia who has begun exploring the concepts of coding with her five year old students. Yesterday she sent me the email below. As she reflects on her own practice, I applaud her confidence in considering a blog post – way to take a risk! As such, I asked if I could quote her here in this space to get comfortable.

Check out the really cool things that are happening! Hi Brian, Here is a quick overview of what been happening in my classroom teaching coding to 5 year olds. Game : Robots and Programmers Children work in pairs. Language development is an important part of the activity. I kept it to a maximum of 10 steps as the children were keen to ask their robot to take 100 or even 1000 steps however we realised (by counting how many steps it took to cross the room) that 10 was about right amount for the size of our room. We have also played outside on the playground and this led to a lot more use of location language. Cheers, Melissa -Brian. Leandro Herrero. Arrick Robotics  ---  Robot Information Central. Robot Basketball. Lesson courtesy of TryEngineering Summary In this activity, students in grades 5 to 12 learn about accuracy and precision by working in teams to design and build a robotic basketball player that can nail three free-throw shots in a row. Grade level: 5 -12 Time: Three or four 45-minute session Learning objectives After doing this activity, students should be able to: Understand and implement the engineering design process to solve a problemUnderstand the difference between precision and accuracyUse knowledge of simple machines to refine the projectile’s trajectoryCalculate accuracy percentages and use scatter plots to visualize precision Standards National Science Education Standards Content Standard B: Physical Science.

Principles and Standards for School Mathematics Measurement Standard. Common Core State Mathematics Standards Materials Put all of the materials on a resource table: PreparationSet up the “Testing Zone.” Have 3 testing ping-pong balls in a cup at the starting line. Procedure 1. 2. 3. Coping with uncertainty about workplace change | Dr Jen Frahm. Uncertainty during workplace change can be worse than the change event itself. Actually, most times. And it can be really surprising who in your team or immediate colleagues copes with the uncertainty and who doesn’t. Those that appear to be coping are probably doing so for four reasons: They have a high tolerance for uncertaintyThey are in denial – It’s not happening, there’s no point worrying about itThey have a high level of self-efficacy – doesn’t matter what happens next, I’ve got the skill set and attitude to get me through.They are very skilled at impression management during work hours – don’t ask what happens when they leave work!

This post though is aimed more at those who are struggling with uncertainty during change. There’s a lot of theory out there and research on coping with uncertainty. The following list provides a more practical focus on what you can do personally to cope with uncertainty in the workplace. Scribbling_machines.pdf. How To Build A Robot: Fun Crafts For Kids. The best thing about learning how to build a robot is you get to re-use household junk and turn it into great free crafts for kids. Building robots like this is fun and the delight kids show in making something that actually moves is fantastic. If you have a look at our homeschool robots, you'll see building robot body parts is really about raiding the trash can! Dinosaurs look really cool with plastic fork teeth and spray bottle heads and the techniques you'll learn when you make your own robot are great to use for all sorts of kids projects and activities.

The credit for building those cool robots and teaching the kids crafts skills you need is definitely down to this book: Stephen Munzer Making Dinosaur Robots from junk The link takes you to the UK version, in the US you can get it here: The best way to see how to build robots is to start here: Look at our homeschool page on building fun dinosaur robots from junk in our page on homeschooling activities.

Free Crafts For Kids Cool Robots. First walker. Search - All. Motor Controllers for Cheap Robots 2. Hello and welcome! For those of you who haven't read any of my I'bles before, and for those of you unfamiliar with my For Cheap Robots series, I'm all about building robots on the cheap using simple materials that you can find around your house! If you've ever wanted to get into robotics, but don't know what you're doing and don't have the money for an expensive robotics kit, you are my kind of people!

Previously in this series, I covered how to make some super cheap wheels for your motors, but those motors can't go anywhere without some power! Problem is, most micro-controllers won't be able to power very many motors all at once, and certainly not any large motors. To solve this, we use a sort of electronic switch called a transistor. This was the simplest circuit I could come up with for controlling motors. Let's get started! (If any of this sounds familiar, that's because I've already created a motor controllers tutorial before. How-to-Build-a-Robot---The-BeetleBot. 168.pdf. DSN_NASA_MissionSolarSystem_RoboArm. Your-First-Robot. Simple Bots. 3D Printed Exoskeleton Hands by 3DPrintIt. Tiny, Origami Robots Can Climb, Swim and Burrow. Build a Paper RoboBee Model.

Remove a Servo Controller. How to Build the SimpleBotics SimpleBot! Howtoons. Resources. MakerClubPlaybook. Project Ideas from MAKE. Canadian Valley Professional Development Network Calendar. Hydraulic robots. DESIGN SQUAD NATION . Build | Bristle Bots. Curriki. Robotic Arm - Edge. NXT Base Set and Software Pack. Cardboard Chassis for Cheap Robots 1: Boxbot. Motors and Wheels for Cheap Robots. Untitled. Simple Bots: Inchworm. Cheap flying Lego quadcopter - English. Hydraulic rubric. Weekend Project: Beetlebot. Worm Robot - from a CDROM Drive Door Opening Mechanism. The pencil drone. Weekend Project: Beetlebot. Robot recipes: durable metal robot toys made with the cans from last night’s dinner #ArtTuesday.

Digilent Inc. - Digital Design Engineer's Source. Robotarm_0.pdf. 239512main_Calculator_Controlled_Robots. Nestling: diy Robot Wreath. Robot Kit - Norland ResearchHome of the Calculator Controlled Robot Kit. Make a Robotic Balloon Muscle. MeArm - Build a Small Hackable Robot Arm | Make It @ Your Library. Me Arm - Version 0.1 - Ultra Cheap Robot Arm by phenoptix. Simple Bots: Buck | Make It @ Your Library. FD14J2SHHJOKQQU.pdf. Store.boingboing.

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