Question Description Like most, we find ourselves having to teach remotely. Starting next Monday (3/30) we begin 2 weeks of "Enrichment". Then we need to prepare ourselves for "phase 2" - online learning.
I was reviewing RGB colors and lossy compression today in my online class and one of my students shared this related Spreadsheets Stand-up Routine.
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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.
Many of us have been faced with some very unique and trying situations as we return to k12 school districts, whether it be F2F, a blended hybrid or a 100% virtual to start our 2020-2021 school year. These trying times can really effect our SEL well being as educators. So.....
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I just read this article called "How to Make Teaching Online Feel Less Isolating", and one sentence really stuck out to me, "At minimum, teachers are grieving the loss of familiar routines."
Exploring Computer Science (ECS) is a great program specifically designed to be an introductory CS course giving students a low barrier entre into developing Computational Thinking skills.
Equity in computer science has been defined in so many different ways. Most of the time the definition connects to personal experiences and a person's current reality. What does equity in computer science mean to you? Describe your current Computer science reality.
What are your go-to first week ice-breakers for online and hybrid classes? I recently shared this with a CSTA local chapter group and thought CS for All Teachers might be interested....