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codezing.org 20h
python is not just a snake! Learn python at
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MS 217 May 16
Our students with Mr. Berman at Google Headquarters today. Top of the world :) Thank you Google!
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Jesús Sánchez Feb 28
Kindergarten students are getting it super fast! ⁩ ⁦
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Code.org Apr 12
What started as a project to reach 18 public schools has since evolved into an initiative that’s reached over 1,600 teachers and 700 schools in New York City. Learn how is bringing CS to every NYC student through .
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K-5 Math Teaching Resources Mar 8
What’s my secret number? Check out this simple math/coding activity focused on Ss getting from a starting point to an ending point on a hundred chart to develop both place value knowledge & directional language
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codezing.org May 17
You can build a website using python...check out my site and learn to code.
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TAG Academy STEM Instructional Coach May 22
ISTE© - International Society for Technology in Education
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Rebecca Franks May 8
that moment when your 8yo daughter tells you she needs to make a dragon for Friday. Then you remember you have a maker cupboard! Even better, she did it all by herself!! It had to be a scary dragon not a friendly one.
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Liz Gallo May 17
The rest of the school year we’ve partnered with to coach tons of amazing teachers to do Computer Science projects with their students! Can’t wait for this!!
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Sean Gardner✈ Dec 16
There is a 🌏 push to teach computer science in elementary school. Because many of the jobs of tomorrow will be done by kids who learn to code today. RT
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Cindy Wong May 4
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Liz Gallo May 23
Through Teacher Training at PS 86 we are building a community where "We're All Computational Thinkers!"
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Taneka Williams Mar 11
Our keynote speaker is a 16 year old, 10th grade entrepreneur who participated in Project-based Learning in a 5th grade class designing a website about honeybees. Now, he owns a honey company! FYI: He still cannot drive a car!
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paul shircliff 9h
does anyone have a pic that i could use in a preso about using the microbit in History and/or art projects ??? ? ?
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Sean Gardner✈ Jan 18
Ada Lovelace is considered the world's FIRST programmer. Nearly a century before the computing age, she wrote about a that could be programmed to follow instructions, calculate & create.
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Sean Gardner✈ Dec 3
This is the 'Digital Age' and so much of our lives are defined by information technology. This is why we should teach every single child how to code.
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Kryssie Pratt May 23
We are Computer scientists!! thanks for the shirts !!
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Ariel Jankord May 11
Excited to be w/ my sister-in-law at Coding & Cocktails w/ We are learning JavaScript tonight! My purpose: to be a better coding teacher!
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Whitney Aragaki Mar 3
Mahalo for allowing me the opportunity to present on my newest venture in student-centered education. It is through the power of teacher collaboration that we will provide the greatest extent of opportunities for our Hawai'i Island youth.
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Mr. Bertoni May 23
One of my Ss decided it took too much effort to hold his.... to transfer his program so he built this
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