Founded by 16-year-old Ian Michael Brock, Dream Hustle Code is a computer science and education program geared toward students from diverse backgrounds to spark an interest in coding.
Ironically, teaching tech through tech is a challenge, but Champlain College Online is cracking the code
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.
The Association for Computing Machinery and the Computer Science Teachers Association announced four high school students were selected for the Cutler-Bell Prize
“EarSketch provides an amazing way to experience these creative disciplines simultaneously,” said Dr. Roxanne Moore, Senior Research Engineer at Georgia Tech and project lead for the remix competition.
Like Minecraft, this popular gaming platform can be used to teach and demonstrate specific skills, with careful planning and structured implementation.
Scholarships will be awarded based on academic achievement, demonstrated leadership, community involvement, work experience, future goals, and financial need.
SAM Labs is a programming site where students develop engineering skills by using SAM blocks and the SAM Space app to create, modify, or enhance designs.
This review of the specifications, performance and capacity of the Raspberry Pi 4 Model B will help educators decide if it's the technology of choice for their innovative STEM classrooms
Code with Google brings together Google's free curriculum and programs that build coding skills - from beginner level to advanced - to help students succeed.
7 Billion Humans includes many programming concepts such as basic movement and operations, if/then/else conditional statements, memory, comparisons, loops, and more.
The UKIT curriculum includes activities that cultivate 21st-century skills such as critical thinking, problem solving, communication, creativity, team-based work and use of technology.
As educators, we must take that next step - teaching students to problem-solve and come up with algorithms of their own.
Students in Lane and surrounding counties in Oregon will benefit from a $642,000 federal grant to help high-school students transition from CTE programs to post-secondary education and jobs.