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Computer Science/Coding/Programming

Study of the theory, experimentation, and engineering that form the basis for the design and use of computers; creative and innovative processes of assigning a code for purposes of classification and identification; processes that lead from an original formulation of a computing problem to usable computer programs.

Robot App

Jan 04, 2018


App for Creating a Social Robot

Using The Robot Factory app from Tinybop, students can design their own humanoid robot with exoskeletons, zephyr mechanisms, hydrostatic tentacles, G-Force mixers, monster feet, megascopes, hooks, magnets, and more.

3D Model Maker

Jan 04, 2018


3D Design App for Mobile Platforms

The app by 3D Creationist OÜ lets users easily create 3D models. Students can build, share, and even 3D-print their designs. 3DC uses basic shapes (cube, sphere, cylinder, cone) to create any 3D model.

STEM Lamp Kit

Jan 04, 2018


Creative Play Using Engineering and Programming Tools

Founded by two MIT scientists, Brainy Yak Labs encourages young girls to realize that math, science, and engineering can be fun and creative. The lab’s first product is called Jubilite. Described as a “dance party lamp kit,” Jubilite gives youth the opportunity to build, wire, and decorate a lamp.

2018 Wishes for Tech in Education

Dec 22, 2017


A New Year and a New Start—Wishes for 2018

As the year winds down and the holiday season is upon us, life slows down a bit and provides time to review the past year and begin contemplating our plans for 2018. We asked some of our guest authors what they wish for in 2018 with regards to education technology—what are their expectations? What do they hope for in 2018? We hope you enjoy their glimpse of the not-too-far future.

Game to Learn Principals of Coding

Dec 01, 2017


Cross-Curricular Resource Presenting Coding Principles to Children

Designed by Primo in New Zealand, Cubetto offers a fun and engaging way for children to learn the principles of coding through a myriad of themes and subjects, including literacy, numeracy, math, and science. This friendly wooden robot encourages students to practice life skills, such as collaboration, through hands-on play and helps them to develop other important proficiencies, such as spatial awareness and storytelling.

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