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Mark Labuda Sep 17
A4 Through my experiences, students are approaching math with heightened levels of anxiety and attitudes of "I'm not good". Through some of my coding and robotics' activities, students didn't even realize the math skills they were applying. But they were engaged!
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Mark Labuda Sep 17
A2 Students have created games like "Battleship" where they have to plot points on a Cartesian Coordinate Grid. They then have to identify the location of ships on the grid using appropriate ordered pairs. Elevate the task and move the ships labelling the new points
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Daphne McMenemy Sep 17
Replying to @MrMLabuda
A1: My K’s use a variety of robots & grids created to meet specific program expectations. Ex., roll a die, count/subitize, code robot to travel to the corresponding number on the grid. Computational thinking & spatial reasoning skills are also being built.
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Mr. Bell Sep 17
A2: when looking at the mathematical processes; problem solving, reasoning and proving, reflecting, selecting tools and computational strategies, connecting, represent- ing, and communicating, I'm pretty sure coding checks off every box.
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Mark Labuda Sep 17
A1 In Ontario, when I think about integrating coding into the curriculum, I immediately think about students having to use and apply algebraic thinking and reasoning. If using programs like I think about Geometry and Spatial Sense.
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Mike Washburn Sep 17
A1: I've been thinking about this a lot, since talking to for . I think there are some interesting ways to connect what our students are into, like games, and sports, and using robotics to learning coding, and have that all connect to math.
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Daphne McMenemy Sep 17
A4: Coding reaches a variety of learners that perhaps other methods may not. In my experience, students are more willing to take risks when coding is involved and become more active in their learning.
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Mark Labuda Sep 17
Thank you ALL for attending tonight!
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GeekCoders Sep 18
How will you convert Pseudocode into python?
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Amanda Stoel Sep 16
Join us October 25 at the TCF Center in Detroit for the K-12 Summit on Computer Science with Keynote Information about registration, keynote, hotels, partners and more can be found at
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Brian Aspinall Sep 20
If I had to summarize what I do with one pic, this is it! ❀️
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Brian Aspinall 6h
Join us for "Ignite the Night" in Niagara Falls Thurs Nov 7! This FREE event, sponsored by , will bring a hundred educators together for a night of laughs, inspiration and networking! I hope to see you there!
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Brian Aspinall 6h
Replying to @mraspinall
AND - every registered participant is automatically entered into a draw for one of two Dash robots! Tell your friends!
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Brock Legge Sep 19
Today we made programs on and applied our learning of number lines and negative numbers. Coding in math always seems to increase Ss success and deepens understanding of concepts.
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Brian Aspinall Sep 21
The Real Value of Computer Science
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TheOnlyLeageAllElite Sep 16
with the recoil Looks alot like the
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Brian Aspinall Sep 21
Coding to Learn Probability - Rock, Paper, Scissors With Micro:Bit
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Brian Aspinall Sep 20
Thank you, Iowa! It has been an incredible experience. ❀️
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Brian Aspinall Sep 20
Hanging out with ! Give her a follow, she is awesome!
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Brian Aspinall Sep 20
The key ingredient to classroom management is the special sauce called building relationships. Program determines behaviour. Kids will surpass our expectations when we believe in them. I believe in them. ❀️
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