Monthly Archives: October 2015

About | TechPrep

TechPrep is a Facebook-led initiative, supported by McKinsey & Company and created for parents, guardians and learners who want to understand more about computer science (CS) and programming. It’s a collection of fun and interesting information, resources and videos tailored … Continue reading

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UC Davis Center for Integrated Computing and STEM Education » C-STEM Studio

C-STEM Studio is a platform for teaching science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through computing and robotics for integrated learning. It isthe most engaging way to learn math, coding, and robotics,the simplest approach to program a robot,the easiest technology to control multiple … Continue reading

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6 things all good software code has in common | ITworld

Not all source code is created equal. Here’s what developers say makes some software code far better than others Source: 6 things all good software code has in common | ITworld

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Beetle Blocks – Visual code for 3D design

Beetle Blocks is a graphical blocks-based programming environment for 3D design and fabrication.Use code to control a beetle that can place 3D shapes and extrude its path as a tube. Then make a 3D print! Source: Beetle Blocks – Visual … Continue reading

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About Kids, Code, and Computer Science: Explore Computer Science and Programming |

Kids, Code, and Computer Science magazine helps kids, parents, teachers, and adults explore and learn about computer science, coding, and technology with as little fuss as possible. If you find coding fun, learning a programming language is only a start. … Continue reading

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IEEE is a free online pre-university computing education web site. IEEE offers resources to inform and engage pre-university students, their teachers, school counselors and parents about computing and associated careers. Visitors can learn how to prepare for undergraduate … Continue reading

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