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.
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.
The attached handout accompanies the TALECS blog post, "Writing Your Own Performance Assessment Items." It provides an example of one way to design and develop an assessment item that successfully gives students feedback on what they have learned and what they need to learn. F
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?
Webinar: Welcome to The Block Party! Connect, Create and Celebrate With Inspiring CS Activities to Kick Off The Hour of Code
Hour of Code is an opportunity for each and every student to try computer science for one hour, yet did you know you can also teach computer science activities all year-round?
Question Description Is there an archive of past webinars?
As we approach Thanksgiving break, I am sure things are getting hectic in finalizing projects and grades.
Question Description HOw do I access the recording of the webinar from April 25 on Big data
Happy Cyber-Security Month!!
Question Description I would like to access the recordings for 2 webinars: Apr 9 Microbit and Mar 15 React to Film VR....where may I find them, pls?
On October 23, 2019, Community Ambassador and Computer Science Educator Jenn Vermillion hosted a webinar exploring the benefits of Python as a programming language for stu
Over the past couple of years I have been developing a 100% free to use curriculum that includes projects and resources designed specifically for elementary coders and educators with little or no coding/CS experience.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and to kick the month off, I put together some of my favorite (and FREE!) resources to help teachers learn more about cybersecurity. I recommend these sites:
Bring lessons to life by connecting your students with a scientist! The Skype a Scientist program matches classrooms with scientists from a wide range of fields to classrooms around the world.
Yesterday morning marks the launch of a new podcast I created that explores research, experiences, and perspectives on computer science education with a focus on grades K-8. My hope is to support and promote the #CSK8 and #CSforALL community members by interviewing guests and
The attached handout accompanies the TALECS blog post, "Portfolios: More than a Place to Collect Student Work." It provides an example of one way to have students create a portfolio of work that can be used formatively to capture their growth over time, help teachers assess st
What CS books are in your classroom or school library? Do you have any of the titles below? Ada Lovelace, Poet of Science by Diane Stanley
The Bebras Challenge is a free challenge for all students in both primary and secondary education. The challenge is all about informatics and computational thinking and is used as an fun introduction to this field.