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Thinking about fun hands on problem solving tasks for KS3. Liking the idea of buying some small 2x2 Rubik cubes & student following algorithm to find solution. Would love some more inspiration?
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Sam Wightman Jun 23
⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Check out ! I’m in a session at and am finding some great simple coding lessons we can get going ⁦⁩ & in ⁦⁩!
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DebuggingCS Jun 17
Created our own scytale's with a board marker and strip of paper to perform a . Ancient Greeks & Spartans used this to communicate during military campaigns. Added a frequency analysis & proved E was the most popular!
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DebuggingCS May 30
A level revision today, floating point binary numbers using 🎲 The band is used to seperate the mantissa & exponent Adapted my random ASCII generator
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Devon Senneseth Nov 16
Who knew sorting algorithms could be so much fun?
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Ramana Prasad Oct 27
Phiro educational robot with coding unplugged using sequential keys at Ashok Leyland school
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Online Hub Educational Services - @OnlineHubNG.com Sep 12
Chief Mrs Olabosipo Ogunsan, Chairman Ogun State Teaching Service Commission, delivering her keynote speech at the grand opening of the Train-the-Trainer session of the in Ogun State #
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Sharyland EdTech 4 Jun 18
Highlights of our Diamondback IGNITE STEM Camp. Today we covered programming, algorithms and debugging along with programming.
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Primary Computing & Tech | Alice Smith School Jun 12
Year 6 are computational thinkers! A big thank you to EP Computer Science teachers for leading fun & brain teasing problem solving activities today
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Joe Mazzone 18 Jun 18
at Jersey City. Great way to understand Computer Science.
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Paul Hamilton 19 May 18
Help Hazel help dad think of a new recipe. How about a hamburger?Great way to teach sequence/order. Picked up this set from Kmart this morning for $5.Used Keynote to create digital planning version. From page 19 of If I Were A Wizard.
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Ishola Adebayo Aug 14
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Alexis Cobo 5 Sep 17
2G Ss learn making a PB&J sandwich is hard work AND = writing algorithms! Debugging to fix their !
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Alexis Cobo 23 Aug 17
Algorithmic design & programming in full swing on our first day of 2G! Ss loving Rosie's Runtime!
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Joe Mazzone 21 Jun 18
We are going unplugged again! Such a powerful way to learn CS!
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Josh Weese Mar 2
Portable computational thinking bins by . Some really amazing ideas in a box! Plus you can build your own!
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Kathryn Cossa 3 Nov 16
My class being human robots trying to code solving a maze!
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Illinois Computer Science 5 Jun 17
Teachers from Kenwood Elementary were on campus today for a workshop! Here they are learning about finite-state machines.
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Little Problem Solvers May 1
It’s official!! We’ve launched a Kickstarter campaign () for our Pixel Blocks - simple wooden blocks with activity guides that help young kids learn computational thinking and computer science concepts without a computer.
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Stephen Akadiri Sep 10
Coding is one of the 21st century languages every child deserves to know. Thanks to for facilitating 2018 today in Ogun State. AfricaCodeWeek2018
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