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Hello Ruby: Journey inside a computer student work samples

‘Hello Ruby: Journey inside a computer’, is a whimsical picture book written by Linda Liukas which teaches students about computers…

Using current news stories in class, makes learning more meaningful

Why do I think teachers should use current daily news stories in the classroom? Using current news stories across the…

Learning the basics of Python

Our Year 9 students have just finished a unit using the BBC Micro:bits. Now we are moving on to a…

The Bee-Bot ballerina concept

Looking back through my posts,I can’t believe I haven’t blogged about these little robots as we’ve been using them at…

Reception teachers integrate ICT into English, HASS and Visual Arts

The Australian Digital Technologies curriculum calls for teachers to teach the underlying concepts of computer science and not traditional ICT,…

Binary necklace

Earlier this term, I worked with one of the year 6 teachers to review their coding program. One of the…

Dot and Dash, quality robots and success with my new program this term

Dot and Dash are robots which respond to voice, navigate objects, dance, sing and much more. Previously I blogged about…

Success with BBC micro-bit!

During Digital Technologies this term, I have worked with my year 9 students using BBC micro-bits. Previously I’ve blogged about…

Hello Ruby: Journey inside a computer

Previously I’ve blogged about a picture book called Hello Ruby: Adventures in Computational Thinking. Well, recently I purchased another Hello…

Drama games kids love!

Before reading note: Layout of this Edublog theme requires users to click on images to view clearly. Why? Last year…

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