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Jennifer Loetzerich 12 Dec 17
My students have asked me to find a way to incorporate coding into us learning our sight words lol
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☻ Andrew Forgrave 12 Dec 17
Replying to @J_Loetzerich
Depending on their age, you could either have them program, or use micro:bits to display spelling words letter by letter.
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Jennifer Loetzerich 12 Dec 17
Replying to @aforgrave
they are 6-8, haven't used micro:bits, how would that work?
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Peter McAsh 12 Dec 17
Tagging my goto microbits expert. Maybe she can help.
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Michael Leonard 12 Dec 17
Thanks for sharing. I am looking into using as my next step and could use some support on how to begin
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dougpete 12 Dec 17
With I recently had a chance to program more than one and have them talk to each other. It was pure magic! We made a mini-slot machine.
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Jim Cash 12 Dec 17
That was so much fun working together on that. Don’t always get tons of time to really play around with all of the wonderful new tools available!
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dougpete 12 Dec 17
All we need is time. And, the right people at the right place at the right time.
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Jen Apgar πŸŒˆπŸ¦– 12 Dec 17
Replying to @dougpete @cashjim and 6 others
Perhaps a Play, Passion and Purpose challenge is in order. First the time to tinker, then connect with the tool of choice, and then continue with a purpose to be shared at a following event, sharing the iterations, debugging & fails along the way
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Jen Apgar πŸŒˆπŸ¦– 12 Dec 17
Replying to @dougpete @cashjim and 7 others
I have not yet, but I always find great ideas when I am around
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