Coding e didattica Upload Barbara Bevilacqua Loading... Stock Photo Search STOCK PHOTO SEARCH is a FREE bookmarklet that helps you search from more than 30 free stock photo sites. Install Drag the button below to your bookmarks bar to install: 10 Reasons Kids Should Learn to Code When it comes to preparing your children for the future, there are few better ways to do so than to help them learn to code! Coding helps kids develop academic skills, build qualities like perseverance and organization, and gain valuable 21st century skills that can even translate into a career. From the Tynker blog, here are the top 10 reasons kids should learn to code: Coding Improves Academic Performance
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Learning Inland #CSforALL Summit On the heels of the White House Computer Science Summit, the Inland Code Consortium is pleased to announce the Inland CSforALL Summit.Please join us for this exciting event focussed around promoting Computer Science (CS) Education in our region. Representatives from industry, government, K-12 education, and higher education will discuss the... Read More need for CS education, the current status of our region, and future focus.
10 block demos for Scratch Sean McManus shares some 10 block demos that demonstrate popular techniques in Scratch When I first started programming on the Amstrad CPC computer, magazines used to publish short listings. People could use them to learn how to program, and as building blocks for their own programs. One of the magazines had a feature called 10-liners, where programmers were invited to show what they could do in 10 lines of Basic. I thought I'd see what I could do in up to 10 blocks of Scratch, and created a series of program cards. Click the cards below for more information and working demos, and feel free to share the cards on your social media channels or with the Scratch coders in your family, class or club.
20 Free Tools for Making Comics and Cartoons for Teaching and Learning There are so many good free tools for creating comics and cartoons on the web, as well as apps for tablets and smartphones. I've built out a list of fun tools I am looking forward to trying out over the upcoming holiday break. I can't wait to brainstorm creative ways to leverage these in lessons! Click to view original, large image coding The children have been very interested in maps lately; they create them at our writing table and use them in their dramatic play, refer to printed maps during outside time as they run and ride around on the tricycles, and talk about hiding treasure in our classroom and creating maps to help others find it. They are curious about places in our school and the hallways we need to take to get there. As I reflected upon their genuine interest in location and maps, I thought it was the perfect time to introduce them to coding. Why coding? 1.
Creative Computing 7 units44 activitiesremixing encouraged download the Scratch 3.0 version of the guide> help learnerscreate new worldswith computing download the Scratch 3.0 version of the guide 15 Great Video Sites for Educators YouTube: The undisputed king of all video sites. Whilst all the others are great and offer you a little more safety in regards to content, pretty much all the great content from those sites can also be found here in most cases. TED-Ed: From a site that’s long been known for big ideas, you’ll find TED-Ed, videos specifically designed to act as highly engaging and fun lessons. TeacherTube: This YouTube for teachers is an amazing resource for finding educationally-focused videos to share with your classroom.
kidsCODEjeunesse Kids Code Jeunesse offers a range of workshops designed to meet any educator’s level of experience and enthusiasm. For educators who aren’t quite sure what code even is, or whether it’s something they would like to try out in a classroom, we offer free two-hour introductory activities that require no experience and few resources.These tutorials have been designed to build confidence and transfer skills from the classroom to the coding environment. If you’ve learned to read, write, do basic math, organize a routine and solve puzzles, you probably already know more about code than you realize! Here are a few examples of introductory activities we’ll be offering in 2015-2016. Younger kids can learn about Scratch by playing with the simple algorithm in this project.
Tech For Teachers Course Description A hands-on, high-tech workshop for teachers of grades 6-12. High-energy sessions designed for all learning levels. Participate in a hands-on, high-tech exploration of digital tools and resources tailored for the secondary (grades 6-12) educator. 11 apps for coding: From beginners to masters By Meris Stansbury, Associate Editor @eSN_Meris Read more by Meris Stansbury January 17th, 2014 Coding, the hottest skill coming down the education pipeline, is also a mobile app star As students begin to not only use technology, but create it’s functionality, a recent explosion in coding resources have hit the web, providing coding apps ranging from introductions for beginners and middle-schoolers to more technical resources aimed at the tech-savvy.