How Google Book Search Got Lost Google Books was the company’s first moonshot. But 15 years later, the project is stuck in low-Earth orbit. Books can do anything. As Franz Kafka once said, “A book must be the axe for the frozen sea inside us.” It was Kafka, wasn’t it? Google confirms this. Offline · google/blockly-games Wiki Got limited or unreliable Internet? Download a full copy of Blockly Games using the links below. Choose your language (3MB compressed, 5MB uncompressed): Unzip the downloaded file and open index.html in a web browser. The games can be distributed on an intranet, CD, USB drive, or any other storage media. ISTE-CTN - Monthly Newsletter Readings Skip to main content Get your brand new Wikispaces Classroom now and do "back to school" in style. guest| Join | Help | Sign In guest
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 an introductorycomputing curriculumusing Scratch Scratch 3.0 is here! Advanced Google Search Commands If you're a standard Googler who enters a few words in hopes of finding what you're after, you'll be in for a treat when you learn that there are several other ways to use the search engine. Many advanced Google search techniques are tremendously helpful and not at all hard to use. If you've ever performed a Google search and wondered why the results weren't what you expected, you're not alone. You might even try over and over to get the search terms just right, but the results are still showing too many unnecessary items. While it's unclear at first that there are advanced Google commands that you can use for better search results, there are actually plenty. We've compiled a list of all these little-known Google search operators below.
Learn Play, Design & Code Retro Arcade Games Grades 2+ | Blocks CS First Unplugged Vector Scratch Blocks In September 2014 Computing will be a new curriculum subject and I wanted to make some resources that could be used to support Scratch After seeing these hands-on blocks I thought it would be great if anyone could make their own. So I set about creating some vector versions of the standard Scratch blocks that could be scaled to any size required. As I created them I also thought how useful it would be if Teachers could use them in other ways, for example, displays, PowerPoints and on Interactive Whiteboards.
10 of Google's Other Search Engines Google has a search engine. We're all familiar with it. It's at google.com. Within Google search, Google also has a lot of hidden search engines and hacks, such as converting currency, finding local weather forecasts, movie times, and finding stock quotes. VR, PBL, and OERs: Four High Hopes for Learning with Edtech in the New School Year Using technology in schools is no longer just about preparing our students for college and career. Not only do they need the skills to navigate and utilize technology, but they need to understand how technology can connect them with people, places, and resources that were previously unreachable. In 2014, I wrote about strategies for edtech success in the new school year, and in 2015, I wrote about edtech teaching trends for the new school year.
X-Ray Goggles Help Students See How Webpages Are Made Mozilla's X-ray Goggles is a neat tool that helps students learn the code that powers much of what they see on the Web. X-ray Goggles is a free tool that lets you remix any page that you find on the Internet. You can install X-ray Goggles in your Chrome or Firefox bookmarks bar. Search Technique (Jonas Fransson) (This is originally a chapter from the book Efficient information searching on the web.) Good and bad search words When you use search engines the distillation of good search words often constitutes the key to a successful search.