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Brian Aspinall 2h
Really looking forward to this one!
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Daphne McMenemy 3h
“Each time they created a code, they would test it to find out if it worked. Mrs. Wilde told them that was her favourite part. She said you learn a little more each time you make a mistake. THAT was Gracie’s favourite part.” Coming soon! 📚
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Brian Aspinall 2h
"Gracie is every child who needs someone to unlock a world of discovery they don’t yet know exists. She is every student who has ever been searching for her purpose in school." ❤️ via
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Daphne McMenemy 22h
Best. Gift. Ever. from my Rosie for today! ❤️🤖
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Sara WEST Dec 11
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Daphne McMenemy Dec 4
Grace Hopper was a pioneer in computer science who invented the first programming language to use English words. 💻 Gracie hits bookshelves this month! 📚
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Tara 16h
We learned about digital safety on , and then became programmers who got the robot to Santa’s hat!
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Brian Aspinall 3h
Creating Fractal Art Using Python
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Brian Aspinall Dec 12
The Value of Student Choice
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Brian Aspinall 19h
16 Card Games That Will Turn Your Students Into Math Aces via
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Jenny Christensen Dec 11
This is our starting point. We can only go up from here!
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Brian Aspinall Dec 10
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Daphne McMenemy Dec 10
Gracie was named after Grace Hopper - a pioneer in computer science. Check out
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Mr. Steffen Dec 11
After reading book, this is our starting point.
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Sir Nick Rice Dec 11
At first confused group found coding completing flummoxing. However over time we discovered it to be quite inspirational. Informing and refining our teaching pedagogy.
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Brian Aspinall 6h
Learn to Code & Code to Learn! Check out our latest courses!
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D Dec 8
Coding is everywhere! Follow along with a girl and her dog as they explore computational thinking in their everyday activities! Check out Think Like A Coder - just in time for and !
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Daphne McMenemy Dec 11
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Brian Aspinall Dec 10
"It fueled my passion. Coding teaches computational thinking skills embedded throughout curriculum. It gives our students the opportunity to be innovative and creative." Coding in Kindergarten ❤️
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Tara Dec 11
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