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Peblio provides an easier way to write about and teach code. Peblio pages are called PEBLS (pronounced pebbles) and they can include different media like text, videos, websites, questions, and code in different languages that can be written, and executed … Continue reading

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About RobotLAB Inc

Created for teachers, by teachers, RobotLAB has developed award-winning, standards-aligned K-12 programs, which use robots to enhance learning, understanding, and information-retention while maximizing schools’ investement curricula, our innovative and award-winning programs are helping schools across the country to excel in … Continue reading

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Launch Computer Science

Launch CS provides computer science/computational thinking integration professional development for K-8 educators. Our organization was made for teachers, by teachers. Teachers rave about our online, in-person, and train-the-trainer courses because we focus on developing practical content and pedagogical knowledge in … Continue reading

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Glitch is the friendly community where everyone can discover & create the best stuff on the web Source: Glitch

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Teach Creative Coding – OpenProcessing

Invite students to create and submit sketches, comment, and collaborate with other students. Add challenges with mouse, keyboard, voice, camera interactions! Let them learn computational thinking and open source coding literacy as they explore 200k+ sketches, understand their code, create … Continue reading

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GitHub Education

GitHub for your whole school, with everything you need to make it great Roll out version control and GitHub at your school, train students with the tools they’ll use in industry, and support teachers with training so that they master … Continue reading

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TurtleStitch – Coded Embroidery

Turtlestitch is based on a browser-based educational programming language (Snap!) to generate patterns for embroidery machines. It is easy to use, requiring no prior knowledge in programming, yet powerful in creating nowels patterns for embroidery. It is usefull for designers … Continue reading

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DroneBlocks | Drones in Education

DroneBlocks offers everything you need to start a drone programming course or club for your 4th-8th grade students.   The DroneBlocks App makes programming drone missions accessible through a familiar, easy-to-use “block” programming interface. The DroneBlocks Curriculum provides a full … Continue reading

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Code Blocks Powered by Scratch Blocks Now In Tinkercad! – Tinkercad Blog

Code blocks let you program Arduinos using drag-and-drop blocks.  The blocks allow you to automatically build the text-based code in real time, so you can see exactly how Arduino code is formatted and then easily export your sketch to upload … Continue reading

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Thunkable is simple and fast for first-time app builders, but powerful enough to support your most ambitious apps. Source: Drag and Drop Mobile App Builder for iOS and Android

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