Monthly Archives: March 2014

Why (And How) Students Are Learning To Code – Edudemic

By Katie Lepi on March 30, 2014 Coding is more important now than ever before. With computer related jobs growing at a rate estimated to be 2x faster than other types of jobs, coding is becoming an important literacy for … Continue reading

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Computer coding more in demand than languages, survey shows | Education | The Guardian

The teaching of computer coding should be prioritised over modern languages, according to a survey of British adults. Twice as many thought teaching computer coding in school should be a priority than the number who saw Mandarin Chinese as more … Continue reading

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Robots Lab: Robots for Education

RobotsLAB is the specialist in robotics and education. Our team of roboticists, engineers, teachers and professors developed the RobotsLAB BOX, an all-in-one tailored solution featuring the best robots; A STEM curriculum aligned with TEKS, STAAR and Common Core Standards; and … Continue reading

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10 low-code tools for building mobile apps fast | ITworld

No-code and low-code mobile programming tools give business users and developers a fast track to mobile app success Check out the slide show here 10 low-code tools for building mobile apps fast | ITworld.

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A method to the madness: How 13 programming languages got their names | ITworld

Programming language names are usually pretty formulaic and boring, except when they’re not. Here are the inspirations behind some of the more creative ones Check out the slideshow here:  A method to the madness: How 13 programming languages got their … Continue reading

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