STEM Class of 2019 – Invent To Learn with Emerging Technology Workshop 2 Nov.

2019 promises great opportunities for physical computing and coding featuring remarkable new technologies. This workshop will introduce remarkable new technologies that may be used today to amplify the potential of each learner and expand the breadth, depth, and range of projects possible. Learn how Scratch 3.0, micro:bits, Hummingbird Bit robotics kit, Circuit Playground Express, Microsoft Read more about STEM Class of 2019 – Invent To Learn with Emerging Technology Workshop 2 Nov.[…]

New Physical Computing Resources

We have created two new handouts for our collection of getting started guides over at the Invent To Learn web site. Check out all of the goodies we’ve written and assembled here. You may also download our latest handouts from the links below. micro:bit Starter Ideas new A short list of prompts and challenges for beginning Read more about New Physical Computing Resources[…]

Teaching Coding, Physical Computing, & Computational Thinking 

There is a lot of discussion these days about “Computer Science for All” and “Coding K-12.” Australia, the UK, and USA are a few of the nations advocating for every student to learn computer science. These well intentioned policy pronouncements are accompanied by anxiety and confusion as to what it all means and how to Read more about Teaching Coding, Physical Computing, & Computational Thinking […]