Snap! Instructions · 10imaging/RoboSnap Wiki 1. Download the example snap projects download zip file This will copy the RoboSnap-master.zip file to your computer. Click on this file to unzip it and note where it is located - for example downloads/RoboSnap-master. 2. On your host computer bring up Snap!
Coding in French - Free Printable Coding Blocks It’s a pleasure to have a guest blog post today by Ashley Soltesz, a fellow French teacher who like me is on a mission to share French resources with others so we don’t have to keep recreating the wheel! She’s made some amazing free French printable coding blocks you can use in your classrooms, enjoy! A primary goal for me as a French Language Teacher is for my students to see the relevance in learning to communicate in French, be it in Reading, Writing, or Speaking. I want my students to know that what they do in English, they can do in French and in turn, receive many opportunities because of this skill that they have. If, somewhere in the future, my students think back to the time spent in my classroom, I want them to remember that what they learned, was useful and important to them.
Get coding in your classroom! Enter the Challenge. 1. Pencilcode Draw Pencilcode.net is for everyone and works much like the old Logo program where you write simple commands to make a turtle move on a grid. forward 10, right 90, forward 10, right 90 forward 10, right 90, forward 10. Boom. You just coded a square. Apprendre à utiliser Scratch christophe Béasse Loading... Working... Run Marco! The next chapters of the story are coming soon! Jungle Sequence of commands, iterations, conditions Ancient Temple Variables, memory, simple data-structures Ev3 on windows · 10imaging/RoboSnap Wiki 1. Bring up the Ev3 and connect via Bluetooth for the FIRST TIME These instructions are for the first time you use the Ev3 with an new PC (host computer) Install the RoboSnap SD card provided.With RoboSnap plugged into the USB slot turn on the Ev3 by pressing the center button.On Windows PC click on "Bluetooth devices Icon on tray" Show Bluetooth devices Should see "robo" device - press "Pair" button
10 Squares (The 100th SDS!) Celebrate the 100th SDS with us by creating a project with 10 squares! Create a project that contains 10 squares on the screen at a time, and 10 squares only. It could be a train driving on a track, with the train made out of 7 squares, and the tracks made out of 3. It could be an Ice-cream simulator with the ice cream made out of 5 squares, and the ice cream machine made out of the other 5 squares. The possibilities are endless!
Pursuing Quests: How Digital Games Can Create a Learning Journey By Paul Darvasi Completing missions for rewards is a core mechanic in many video games, including best-sellers like “World of Warcraft,” “Grand Theft Auto,” “Fallout” and “Skyrim.” Quests are diverse and optional, and players can undertake them on their own schedule. Unlike their plastic and cardboard counterparts, digital games leverage a computer’s power to manage elaborate player profiles and track complex, dynamic and personalized task structures. Now that students have increased access to computers and smartphones, the powerful digital engagement system can be put in the service of education.
How to Connect to the Physical World - Scratch Wiki You can connect your Scratch projects to the physical world using several different kinds of devices. Each of these work with Scratch 1.4. Currently MaKey MaKey works with Scratch 2.0, with support planned for the other devices. MaKey MaKey MaKey MaKey allows people to turn everyday objects into keys and use them with their computer. MaKey MaKey works by opening and closing circuits, using your body and other objects as conductors.
Acapela Box : create your text to speech messages 1. Your Acceptance of Terms Welcome to the Acapela-Box Website. Take Your EV3 Experience to the Next Level With 'The Art of Lego Mindstorms EV3 Programming' As I embark on my second year as a FIRST Lego League coach, I am reviewing the materials that made my first year successful as well as deciding what tools to use in the upcoming year. There are several books that I used extensively during my first year, and I plan to use all of them in my second year as well. • Classroom Activities for the Busy Teacher: EV3 • The Lego Mindstorms EV3 Idea Book • The Lego Mindstorms EV3 Discovery Book • The Art of Lego Mindstorms EV3 Programming
Using Scratch in the Classroom: Five Ideas Are your students interested in the "Maker Movement," a growing community of DIY tech enthusiasts who are applying creative skills to create everything from robots to printers using free software and Web-based tools? MIT’s Scratch lets junior programmers and aspiring "makers" ages eight and up create video animations, games, interactive stories, digital instruments and more. Instead of requiring technical coding, the free Scratch tool uses color-coded bars that are placed in an interlocking command sequence.