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Minecraft in the Classroom

The CoolCatTeacher

Are you studying Mars? In today’s show, learn about Minecraft EDU and how it is being used to teach. It’s all about gaming. So there are different learning levels and different learning environments for all these students. Teacher as the Game Master.

Drones in the Classroom: Teaching Writing and Collaboration with Drones

The CoolCatTeacher

Learn how she does it, what standards she teaches, and technical issues of working with drones in the classroom. There were grades associated with it, and I have a whole safety thing and a checklist of things they had to learn and all.

Simple Steps to Teach Kids to Program

The CoolCatTeacher

How can we condense down what we need to learn in coding to such a short period of time? So the whole point of learning programming — it just sounds so daunting because people have to understand the logic as well as the syntax. Deep learning is more conducive.

8 maker tools to inspire next-gen innovation and design

eSchool News

The “maker movement” can play an important role in getting kids interested in innovation and design, and littleBits —which makes easy-to-use electronic building blocks—is finding itself at the center of this movement. Every week was a new project, a new learning challenge.