Have you been thinking about introducing robots to your elementary students? Unsure what they can do? Check out this quick presentation by CS for All Teachers community ambassador, Linda Sweeting, as she demonstrates the fun and excitement of the Ozobot for the K-5 classroom.
Question Description We are utilizing the Version 3.0 Unit 6: Computing Applications as an introduction to Python for students to have a better foundation when using the Python language with the Edison robots.
Teaching computer science, like life, wasn’t meant to be done in isolation! The collegial relationships you build in your local area can provide you a wealth of ideas, resources, and shoulders to lean on.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere, and whether through Siri, Alexa, or bots that spam social media and gaming accounts, our students are constantly interacting with AI. How do we, ask K-8 CS teachers, teach our students about AI? What are the big ideas to teach?
Question Description Https://slideplayer.com/slide/11002972 author Jeffery cook has part of the multistep ECS Intro to Computer Applications on line. I thought this information was not accessible to public, unless part of the community.
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Seeing what Scratch has to offer is as easy as…Three…Two…One.
Join local K–12 educators at a ScratchEd Meetup to play, learn, and connect around teaching with Scratch.
Question Description This year after the AP Exam I decided to assign a video project for my students. The assignment is to create a recruitment video for computer science. Have any one else done this and do you possibly have a rubric that you used to evaluate the project?
Hello MS World! It’s May! The end of the school year is within sites, but between now and then are probably an ocean of projects, grading, special school events, etc. to keep you on your toes. I guess we can celebrate once we’re done, right?
As we come close to the end of another school year, I like to survey my students to get their reactions to the various units we covered in the Exploring Computer Science course. Because of time constraints, various testing, assemblies, etc.