Keep Kids Coding!Category
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Online summer camps for kids aren’t necessarily a sad stand-i..
Thanks to MicroK12, I was able to spend some hands-on time with the STEAM Kit from Sam Labs. In this review, I put the STEAM kit through a..
First Look is a series from the Tech-Savvy Teachers featuring innovative services, hardware and software from our exploration of conferenc..
I am sure each and everyone of you have some students who are interested in creating games for iOS and Android. Flowlab.io is a great plac..
Long time readers of the NCCE Tech Savvy Teacher blog will recognize this Tech Savvy Teacher: Kiki Prottsman as she created all of the won..
The Zoombinis have finally made there way to touch screens! You may remember these blue creatures if you taught or were a student in the 9..
After a few week hiatus, Keep Kids Coding is back and this week we have a special treat from Kiki! The featured site from CSisFun.com this..
This week in Keep Kids Coding, Kiki features Code Maven, a visual coding platform that gives immediate feedback to student coding commands..
This week in Keep Kids Coding! Kiki takes a look at a unique site called Auditorium. Auditorium is listed as a beginner level site at CSis..
This week we are going to look at a much more robust programing environment called Alice. Alice was created at Carnegie Mellon University ..