Posts tagged with “code-org”

An Educator’s Reflection on the 2018 ISTE Conference June 29, 2018

Jorge Valenzuela, ISTE 2018

#ISTE18 in Chicago was the first ISTE conference I attended and needless to say I was profoundly impacted with the positive energy, passion for educating children with the very best edtech, and collegiality radiating from practically everyone I encountered! Through attending sessions, the keynotes, the playgrounds, or simply walking through the expo — it was […]

Activity: Introduce Coding to Students with the littleBits Code Kit January 3, 2018

Incorporating coding into instruction requires educators to take practical steps for having students learn concepts/practices and also a system(s) for measuring their progress. My experiences have taught me that through the inherent nature of design, STEM/STEAM educators are essentially obligated to teach the other content areas that are key to educating the whole child (or […]

Bring some Bits to your Hour of Code™ December 1, 2017

  According to the US Department of Labor, 65% of today’s students will have careers that don’t exist yet. So how can educators play their part in ensuring students are future-ready? By teaching foundational skills that set them up for success in a broad range of fields. 21st-century skills should pair with 21st-century ways of […]