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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…

Binary (text, image, audio) student work samples

During the summer holiday break, I had  the challenge of writing a program and teaching Year 7 students to understand…

Teaching ideas using BBC Micro:bit Go

Previously I blogged about the Micro:bit and more recently how I built a milk carton robot and programmed it using…

Milk carton robot using BBC Micro:bit Go

Previously I blogged about the BBC micro:bit and my initial thoughts, BLOG LINK. I blogged, that I had purchased some…

Turtle Art Programming: It has been around for a long time but don’t underestimate what you can do with it

Turtle Art is a free program to download which brings programming and art together. By snapping blocks together, users explore…

How to write a Design Technologies assessment rubric

A rubric for assessment, usually in the form of a matrix or grid, is a tool used to interpret and grade students’ work…

Strategies to get kids to start thinking

There are 3 main points to this blog post: (1) Failure is OK, (2) Think outside the square and (3)…

Hello Ruby: Adventures in computational thinking

“The kids of today, they tap, swipe and pinch their way through the world, but unless we give them tools…

TGM- Team Girls Movement, promoting girls in technology roles

TGM is a non-profit organisation promoting positive female information technology role models, to encourage and raise awareness of technology careers…

EdTech SA JVillis Digital Technologies R-Y6 Resources Presentation

I am presenting today and tomorrow at the EdTechSA conference. Below is a copy of my presentation (before slight edits…

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