Monthly Archives: March 2016


An online AP Computer Science course for high schools aligned specifically to College Board’s Advanced Placement Computer Science A Exam. Our unique approach is driven by our belief that online learning has the power to reach all learners regardless of … Continue reading

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You Can Solve Quantum Mechanics’ Classic Particle in a Box Problem With Code | WIRED

RHETT ALLAIN SCIENCE  03.25.16. 2:31 PM. HUMANS HAVE PROBLEMS with quantum mechanics. We have excellent intuition about the motion of a tennis ball tossed in the air, but what about an electron trapped in a box? The tendency is to use … Continue reading

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CS Fundamentals for grades K-5 | Code Studio has developed an elementary school curriculum that allows even the youngest students to explore the limitless world of computing – at no cost for schools. The courses blend online, self-guided and self-paced tutorials with “unplugged” activities that require no … Continue reading

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Play Tidepool

Tidepool, a programmable game world for kids. Source: Play Tidepool – About

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K12CS – A Framework for K-12 Computer Science Education

As interest and growth in K-12 computer science education spreads, states and school districts are asking a common question: What do students need to know and be able to do in K-12 computer science? The ACM, CSTA,, CIC, and NMSI have joined forces with more … Continue reading

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Robomatter, Inc.

Teaching the Language of Innovation At Robomatter, we use the motivational effects of robotics to excite students about computer science, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. ROBOTS and ROBOTICS integrate math, science, engineering, and technology in ways that motivate and excite … Continue reading

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BBC micro:bit : Want to know a bit more about BBC micro:bit?

You can use your BBC micro:bit for all sorts of cool creations, from robots to musical instruments – the possibilities are endless. The micro:bit is a handheld, fully programmable computer being given free to every Year 7 or equivalent child … Continue reading

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About Vizwik | Vizwik

 We created Vizwik to bring digital literacy to everyone. Based on 20 years of research Vizwik is one of the most powerful and usable coding systems ever created, accessible now for the first time to teachers and students through Vizwik’s … Continue reading

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10 Python Teaching Resources You Really Should Be Using –

Since I first started teaching text-based programming with Python in 2011, I’ve discovered some resources that I make use of regularly. I still use these extensively with the teachers that I support as part of my work with Exa Education. … Continue reading

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AppShed – Build HTML5, iPhone and Android apps online

AppShed allows people to become creators of technology, not just consumers.AppShed is a free online app-creation tool where users design, create and publish mobile apps. Everyone gains a huge sense of achievement, having been able to produce something tangible they … Continue reading

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