Here’s how one school pivoted to a virtual coding and robotics program when COVID hit
These Hour of Code lessons and activities are free and easy to use since most don’t require an account or login
This cloud-based robotics tournament engages students in grades four through 12 in STEM, coding and tech literacy.
The cloud-based platform features a graphical simulation of LEGO Mindstorms EV3 robot and a CoderZ virtual robot named Ruby.
Today, GitHub announced two new features, the GitHub Teacher Toolkit and autograding for GitHub Classroom.
Coding Dojo today announces a partnership with Jewish Family Service and Community Credit Lab to provide free computer programming education for local refugees.
Wick Editor is a free site where students create animations and games by layering drawings and designs using built-in editing tools.
GameSalad lets kids create custom games in a visual, rule-based coding system, so there's no need to know any coding language.
The only thing better than teaching interested children about science, technology, engineering and math is doing it for free.
Cyber Robotics 102 has students work in an online virtual environment that features a new robot called Ruby and that accurately mimics real-life physics and a physical setting.
When it comes to getting the most out of a Raspberry Pi computer in the classroom, Boolean Girl Tech’s Lights, Camera, Sensors kit comes into its own.
LEGO® Education is celebrating its 40th birthday with the worldwide launch of its newest educational solution, LEGO® Education SPIKE™ Prime.
Vernier Software & Technology has partnered with SAM Labs to teach middle school students coding and computational thinking skills through data-collection STEAM activities.
The Pack - NYSCI is a coding/algorithm puzzler in the form of a game where players take care of and expand an ecosystem.