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Computational Thinking and Math for Elementary Grades

The CoolCatTeacher

Fun, exciting tools and techniques can help very young kids understand math and learn computational thinking. Sponsor: FREE MATH RESOURCE The US Matific Games are coming this February. Try Matific free now and sign up to join their Math games. They quickly learn it that morning.

Coding and Bots

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I have been asked to return to teach summer enrichment classes on maker education for elementary-aged learners at a local school during the summer of 2016. The description is: Learn how to code first by playing games and then by coding some bots including Sphero, OZOBOT, and Dash and Dot.

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The Future of STEM Education: 5 Innovative Ideas About to Break Through

Educational Technology Guy

The Future of STEM Education: 5 Innovative Ideas About to Break Through by Kate Began With our world becoming increasingly technology-driven, there is growing demand for workers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields. RELATED: STEM Resources (lots).

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A Fun Game and Mission to Teach Students About Giving Good Instructions

Teacher Reboot Camp

I recently took on a new position teaching 400+ elementary students Computer and Technology. In our district, we try different unplugged activities with the elementary students, such as give simple instructions to your partner who is acting like your robot.

A Fun Game and Mission to Teach Students About Giving Good Instructions

Teacher Reboot Camp

I recently took on a new position teaching 400+ elementary students Computer and Technology. In our district, we try different unplugged activities with the elementary students, such as give simple instructions to your partner who is acting like your robot.

Coding in the Classroom: Six Tips to Get Even Reluctant Teachers—and Students—Started

Edsurge

Perry elementary school in Brooklyn, NY. Williams may have never considered herself to be a "tech person," but she recognized the value of code and discovered how a supportive community could empower her and her students to learn. Now, she’s referred to as LEGO Lady at P.S. 34, where she teaches science, LEGO engineering, and robotics. Roadblock: I am not a programmer, so I can’t learn how to code. “I can barely fix a printer.

Top 10 K–12 Educational Technology Trends

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Some of them are still emerging, and some of them are controversial, but they all have great potential for teaching and learning. Proper implementation and monitoring are essential to ensure a beneficial learning experience.

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