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I'm introducing coding to 23 first graders with access to ipads. I also have $300 to spend if needed.
Have you used any of the below apps/games/toys with younger age, large groups? Is there something else you use?
Your input is most appreciated and I will summarize if there are many responses :)

APPS
-Scratch Jr

-Blocky

-Code.org course 1

-Kodable

-The Foos

REAL WORLD COMPONENT
-Robot Turtles Game

-Learning Resources Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set

-Puzzlets Starter Pack with Free Programming Game: Cork the Volcano

-Osmo Genius Kit plus the coding set


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It is interesting to watch the transformation of how we educate. Technology is facilitating digital inclusion - Including oneself in the conversations expressed through social media that builds up social capital.

The negative impact learners might experience from not insinuating themselves into digital conversations might not be as readily apparent as if they did not have access to technology and/or the Internet, or if they are not digitally literate. Not having access or being digitally competent has immediate and apparent effects and consequences whereas not participating in the various forms of social media will be detrimental to learners, but in a less immediately identifiable manner. Becoming digitally inclusive is one of the foundations of being a lifelong learner, helping one meet and overcome life’s challenges. Not being digitally inclusive will hamper one’s ability to fully utilize Information and Communication Technologies as a way to assist them in achieving personal empowerment, which in turn will bring about an improvement in their quality of life.

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Hi everyone,

On Saturday, April 30, we'll be launching our new online coding contest, called "Smash the Code".

It's a programming competition that will last over 8 days. The aim will be to program an autonomous bot and send it fight into an arena against other players' bots.

25 programming languages are available to code a solution, and it takes less than 10 minutes to come up with a basic AI.

We're pretty much excited about the game (hint: Puyo Puyo). We've tried to make it both fun and beautiful in terms of animations.

Here's the link to register: https://goo.gl/6XBT7f

Signup is free for everyone and there will be cool prizes to win (HTC Vive Headset, Myo armband, Geekbox).

If you want to practice a little bit and check what the environment looks like, we advise you to start with 2 solo puzzles:
- "Surface": https://goo.gl/lqya84
- "Gravity": https://goo.gl/hjJ9ea

Thanks for checking!

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Combine coding (block coding) with 3D Modeling - in BlocksCAD! I wrote up a couple of simple lessons...

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Have you registered for our first webinar?

Make sure you get your spot to hear +Meridith Ebbs discuss computational thinking with the opportunity to ask questions.

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