Computational Thinking

STEAM and CS Solutions

Empower Educators with Effective STEAM and CS Curriculum Solutions

As a classroom teacher and STEAM Integration Coach, I have seen firsthand the benefits of incorporating STEAM education into the classroom. STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics, and it has become an important educational approach to help students develop the necessary skills for success in the 21st century. Moreover, as society becomes […]

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Ready-made lesson plans for teachers

Lighten Your Work Load: Use Products Offering Ready-Made Lesson Plans

Creating new and innovative lesson plans for students can be challenging, especially when time is limited. Fortunately, some products offer ready-made lesson plans to make the job easier for teachers. These resources can benefit teachers who want to incorporate physical computing devices or cross-curricular teaching into their classrooms. The benefits of ready-made lesson plans are

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Tips for State Test Prep

Take State Test Prep From Dreaded to Delightful

As a classroom teacher, I understand the overwhelming pressure and anxiety that students experience during state test preparation. For many, the thought of taking these exams can be daunting and stressful. However, I have discovered some fantastic digital tools that have transformed the experience from dreaded to delightful. To make test prep engaging and enjoyable,

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computer science for all

CS For ALL: Where Does Your State Stand?

The jobs of the future will require computer literacy so it’s increasingly important that quality computer science (CS) education is an urgent priority for public school systems around the globe.  Although CS has been offered in K-12 public schools for decades, it has not been uniformly required, nor universally available. Yet, as society becomes increasingly

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Computational Thinking Article with resources

Computational Thinking: NOT just another ‘buzzword!’

From computational math to computational biology, to Harvard University’s Computational Science and Engineering Program, providing young people with access to quality computer science (CS) education is increasingly seen as an urgent priority for public school systems across the U.S. and around the globe. While expanding CS education is expected to directly benefit students, promote sustainable

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