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Technology Links for Marist School Detailed MusicTech Lesson Plans Student Technology Links: Approved Websites for ASP: Tech Fair 2009 Letter Technology Training Links: Technology 1: Introduction to File Systems, Basic Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and Movie Maker. Technology 2: Digital Photography and Basic Web Design. Technology 3: Excel, Frontpage, Scratch and Open Source Software. Technology 4: Intermediate Microsoft Word, USB Devices, LCD Projectors and Sound Websites for Music Programs Presentation Performance Matters Training for Teachers 2007 iSchoolDistrict Web Page Training 2008 Free and Open Source Software: Nebo Fine Arts Technology Students Present at the GaETC 2008! GaETC 2007: Teaching Students to Program with Scratch GaETC 2008: Teaching Programming and Computer Science with Scratch GaETC 2008: Teaching Programming and Computer Science with Alice GaETC 2009: BYOL Sessions on Scratch and Alice NECC 2008: Using Scratch to Teach Programming at the Elementary Level Email Mr.Michaud

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Construct 2 - the HTML5 game I’ve been experimenting with Construct 2 from Scirra the last few days. Construct 2 is a program from creating HTML 5 games. What really got my interest was that there is the ability to create Windows 8 games using Construct 2 with Visual Studio 12. The Construct 2 development environment is pretty easy to use and I find that some similarities to Visual Studio (among other tools) is helpful in finding ones way around it. The image below shows the layout of graphical objects on the screen as well as the properties box, list of images and outline of the project.

Portable Pi Power: Raspberry Pi to Go Raspberry Pi computer powered by 18-volt rechargeable drill battery. The versatile system-on-a-chip Raspberry Pi board seems to have something for everyone: plenty of ports for display, sound, and USB peripherals; a pin header for relaying inputs and outputs from the physical world; and space for a dedicated camera module, which makes it great platform for all sorts of video experiments. Still, there’s one thing the Raspberry Pi doesn’t come with: a good battery power supply. Powering the board from a wall wart is fine when there’s AC power handy — but a long-lasting and reliable battery source is essential to getting the Pi away from the desk and out in the world, where it belongs. You can buy compact Pi battery packs, like the Smart Power Base (Maker Shed #MKMTS01 at makershed.com), but I decided to build a big one — and in this project I’ll show you how you can too.

Education Plans Here at Kodable HQ, we enjoy the occasional complexities in life, but we mostly prefer to keep things simple. Sound familiar? After a year of talking with teachers using Kodable in their classrooms, we discovered that we needed to rework our approach to coding education, and fashion a programming curriculum that is equally as beneficial for students, but easier for teachers to manage. Well, we ran back to the lab, performed some tests, and created plans to meet the needs of educators using Kodable! Kodable Education Plans are available in every version of Kodable, and provide teachers with the proper tools to better serve their students and adequately manage programming curriculums in their school.

How to Use Scratch for Digital Storytelling Digital storytelling involves combining digital media (images, voice narration, music, text, or motion) to tell a story. Over the past few years, digital storytelling has become an increasingly popular and effective way for students to meet a range of learning goals in the classroom. Scratch, a programming project from the Lifelong Kindergarten Group at the MIT Media Lab, might be an unexpected tool for digital storytelling.

Godot Engine – Features Use Your Eyes: Work inside a simple, yet flexible and feature rich editor, with tools popping up to aid you when needed. Uncluttered UI, where most tools are context-sensitive.Huge amount of tools to aid you and your team in content creation.Editor designed not only for programmers, but for artists,animators, level designers, graphic designers, game designers, etc.Built-In documentation browser and code editor to avoid distractions.

Vidcode: A Coding App Created with Girls in Mind by Alexandra Diracles & Melissa Halfon A Coding App Created with Girls in Mind We’ve introduced and tested Vidcode across the country and one thing is clear: girls love it. When girls code effects for their videos with Vidcode, they’re excited to see that they, too, can be computer programmers. 5 Tools to Introduce Programming to Kids Digital Tools Arduino It’s hard to argue with the importance of teaching students how to use computers — how to turn on, log on, search the Web, and use applications. These skills are absolutely necessary for students’ academic success as well as for their future job prospects.

Stencyl Build Worlds If you're used to graphics editors like Photoshop, you'll feel right at home in the Scene Designer. Familiar features, such as a selection tool, zooming, grid-snapping and flood fill, will help you quickly craft complex worlds out of Actors, Tiles and Terrain. Create Actors Drop in graphics from your computer to create Actors on the fly. Then use Stencyl's Actor Editor to tweak your Actors' appearances, behaviors and physical properties, and to get them ready for showtime.

Code & Conquer Most Important: Have Fun. And earn some badges. See how your strategy works out in different scenarios, challenge other players, receive points, earn badges and climb your way to the top of the leaderboard. Boost your coding skills. Do it playing. Learn Minecraft Hour of Code Grades 2+ | Blocks Moana: Wayfinding with Code Make a Flappy game Star Wars: Building a Galaxy with Code Kuato aims to teach kids programming through games Kuato Studios plans to use artificial intelligence and gaming technology to teach children how to program a computer. As such, it is the latest startup to try to “gamify,” or use game mechanics to foster interest in non-game applications, education. The company is creating a virtual game world for children and teens to explore.

3. Programming unplugged: learning programming without computers An inspiring unplugged session on teaching computing for teachers. Overview It’s easy to assume that programming is something you have to learn at a computer but if you want your students to deeply understand programming concepts, rather than blindly getting programs to work then unplugged techniques can work really well to get students started. We will see how to program a robot face that is made of students, look at a simple way to give a deep understanding of how variables work by making them physical, and see how to compile programs onto your class instead of onto a computer. Session material This session will cover: Inspiring ways to introduce programming away from computers.What is a variable?How does assignment work? Free online Creative Computing workshop for teachers If you’ve always wanted to know more about Scratch, then why not sign up for a new free workshop? Creative Computing is a six-week online workshop for educators open to anyone who wants to learn more about using Scratch and supporting computational thinking in the classroom and other learning environments. No prior experience of Scratch or computer programming is needed.

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