Tech Tips for Teachers: 3 Ways to Use QR Codes in the Classroom Although QR codes have long since lost their shiny, new glow, the technology hasn’t lost its value in education. The rise of one-to-one computing and bring-your-own-device programs in K–12 schools means students access digital learning tools more than ever before. And QR codes, which launch websites with the click of a button, make it so students can spend more time learning and less time typing out complicated URLs.
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30 Sites/Apps for Learning how to Program or Code In today's classroom STEM is a vital topic covered universally. With that being said, more and more students are being introduce to coding and programming earlier then ever before. Best of all, new technology and apps makes it easier and easier for students to learn these useful skills. Below is a list of some of the best resources for students and educators looking to learn how to program and code. Routing and Deadlock - Computer Science Unplugged Computer networks are based on passing messages from computer to computer. This sounds simple in principle, but in practice all sorts of contention and bottlenecks can occur. This activity gives some first hand experience of such issues, with a game for a group of students. The Rookery: Makey Makey Games These games and activities use keyboard controls. The ones that are made using Scratch can be modified by you. Dodge It! - Scratch game in which you try to get away from multiplying squares. Makey Piano - Very basic piano on Scratch you can use with the Makey Basics.
Raspberry Pi: Top 31 projects to try yourself The Raspberry Pi Zero is definitely one of the most versatile pieces of technology ever to have been built. Enterprising hobbyists have used to to create games consoles, art installations and robots - Raspberry Pis have even gone into space! To give budding makers and thinkers some ideas we've decided to round up all the great things you can do with one of these versatile devices. Our suggestions have been designed with the larger old-school models in mind but many can be improved or adapted to feature the Raspberry Pi Zero. Here you can check out some of our favourite Raspberry Pi projects we have come across: Want to buy a Raspberry Pi?