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Chad Niedert, Ed.S. Sep 12
. students enjoy a good laugh at their teacher's expense. Here's a submission for a small "Favorite Things" iPhone app. To her credit, she and a peer figured out how to get the video to work w/o any help from me.
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Michael O'Kane 23h
Using Blu’s Universe in students can use creative tools like touch events and learn about graphics and coordinates while they create custom cross curricular coding projects looking at the functions and mechanisms of organs in the body!
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Kadi Abad Sep 13
🤩 So excited to see take the leap into the curriculum!!!
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Blackpool - Apple Regional Training Centre Sep 12
We are excited to start planning our FREE community training sessions and can’t wait to start with Code Week - more details to follow
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Kelly Herbert 6h
Level 2 Gaming students trying out Swift Playgrounds for the first time on their new iPads.
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Ms.Gomez Sep 13
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Rachel Souders Sep 13
“Simon Says: Coding Edition” in Mr. VanFleet’s class today! Students are starting to master the vocabulary!
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Chari Distler 4h
These Ss are having too much fun converting binary numbers to base 10
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Michelle Fitzpatrick Sep 13
Thank you for supporting our year 10 software developers in our i3 course.
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Kristin Bugnitz Sep 7
Supporting students through as a novice programmer is the best motivation to learn!! What do you think of my 1st attempt to program ’s attention grabber? Also—❤️ these two owning the process on the whiteboard!
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Lauren Angarola Sep 11
I had the pleasure of visiting today to kick of ! We ended class with a video reflecting on the definition of coding and how it impacts our world. I love the enthusiasm in this video!
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Alexander Elementary Sep 13
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Aliyu Ahmad Sep 11
Delighted to share the resources with children from ‘s accelerated learning center in Abuja, Nigeria.
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LocknCharge Sep 10
We couldn't be prouder to be a part of the and curriculum around the world. 🌍
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Miss Thompson Sep 10
Being inspired by this “world changer”, Yuma Soerianto, thanks for inspiring us to try coding!
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Michael O'Kane Sep 12
If you have some ⁦⁩ in your school, you can get geared up for in October by having a look at some ideas for using them across the curriculum with . ⁩ Take a look here ⬇️
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Mr. Carlson's KDG Sep 12
We started our unplugged, K-3 coding club learning about algorithm, sequence, code, and commands. Then we programmed each other using hand signals as our commands.
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Claire Jones 💝👩🏼‍💻 Sep 14
We need to ignite curiosity in our pupils in order to solve problems - that we don’t even know are problems yet.
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Mr. Carlson's KDG Sep 12
We played a game in our K-3 unplugged coding club where we used hand signals (code) to move our computer (stuffed animal) along a path to pick up little trinkets.
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Chari Distler Sep 12
Introduction to Programming Ss explaining their learning to other Ss
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