Video Games and STEM An explosion in his laboratory has shrunk Harold to nanoscale and flung him to the ceiling. As Harold journeys through strange new worlds, his lab partner, Nikki, helps him to understand nanoscale forces to get back to full size. Harold must find all the pages of his notebook and all the parts of the broken shrinking machine but first he must stop a tiny alien race, the Nanoids, who have been stealing his technology.
Cave Story (Doukutsu Monogatari), A Tribute Site Cave Story Doukutsu Monogatari ≡ Menu Download Cave Story Note: For Cave Story WiiWare, Cave Story+, Cave Story DSi, or Cave Story 3D please click here. Windows Main Download Polytron Corporation » Fez FEZ is an independent videogame for Xbox LIVE Arcade released on Friday, April 13th 2012. It has been in development at POLYTRON since 2007. In it, you play as Gomez, a 2D creature living in what he believes is a 2D world.
A Guide to Web Scraping Tools - Gareth James Post Last Updated:Thursday, June 11, 2015 Web Scrapers are tools designed to extract / gather data in a website via crawling engine usually made in Java, Python, Ruby and other programming languages.Web Scrapers are also called as Web Data Extractor, Data Harvester , Crawler and so on which most of them are web-based or can be installed in local desktops. Its main purpose is to enable webmasters, bloggers, journalist and virtual assistants to harvest data from a certain website whether text, numbers, contact details and images in a structured way which cannot be done easily thru manual copy and paste method. Typically, it transforms the unstructured data on the web, from HTML format into a structured data stored in a local database or spreadsheet or automates web human browsing.
Our 5th Grade Friends Set Off To Rewrite, Sing and Create A Nursery Rhyme Digital Story! My friend Kellie Benge and I just love talking about how to use the Cantata Learning books and songs with her students. As we brainstormed through the new Spring 2016 series and Rhythms and Rhymes Harmony Project, we thought it would be great fun to have three of her 5th graders get involved with this project too. Last week, I went into school to work with my 5th grade friends. Kellie and the students had brainstormed ideas already so they were ready to jump right into the project of retelling a nursery rhyme in their very own words and way.
Vassal 40K Vassal40k is a non-commerical free fanmade module to play, illustrate and watch Warhammer 40k battles online. It is a module for the Vassal Engine, and in now way associated with the Vassal Engine team. Vassal40k is not designed to replace a real game of Warhamer 40k, but enable people to play with each other across the globe, finding new buddies, just watch battles going on whenever you want from home, playtest new units you would like to purchase from Games Workshop. You must obtain the rules from Games Workshop, none are included in the module, as it would be in a real game. Dice however are included. If you want to contact the creators:
Building A Character With Bloxels For Our Video Game....and Getting A Little Help First! When I got home last week there was something very special in my mail that I couldn't wait to try out with my 10-year old son Hagan and other students I know. And of course to try it out myself! It is called Bloxels and I recently learned about it from my friend Robert Kalman in New Jersey. Kids Create Their Own Video Games With Bloxers...One Block At A Time This week I had visited the wonderful elementary teachers librarians, teachers and administrators at Ramsey School District in New Jersey. I shared stories of student voice to kick off the morning and then worked with several teacher librarians and teachers in the library focusing on using digital tools to inspire student voice. After lunch a new friend, Robert Kalman came to the library to show me something that he was very excited about sharing and using with his students in their middle school. It is called Bloxels...and I have never seen anything like it! On the Bloxels website it states, The most kid-friendly video game creation platform, ever.
Platonic Solids and Plato's Theory of Everything The idea that all the constituents of nature consist of mixtures of a small number of "elements", and in particular the selection of the four elements of earth, water, air, and fire, is attributed to an earlier Greek philosopher Empedocles of Agrigentum (495-435 BC). Empedocles believed that although these elements (which he called "the roots of all things") could be mixed together in various proportions, the elements themselves were inviolable, and could never be changed. In contrast, one of the intriguing aspects of Plato's theory was that he believed it was possible for the subatomic particles to split up and re-combine into other kinds of atoms. For example, he believed that a corpuscle of liquid, consisting of 120 "type 1" triangles, could be broken up into five corpuscles of plasma, or into two corpuscles of gas and one of plasma.