If you recently updated Kodable on your iPad, you might have noticed that Kodable looks…a little…different. You’re right! We have spent the last month improving our iOS version of Kodable, and are now happy to present to you the latest changes to Kodable on the iPad.
The #KodableRoadTour is moving at lightning speed! We have already visited over 20 schools in 10 states, and we don’t plan on slowing down. 🙂
Wow, what a day! Day 4 is in the books for the Kodable Road Tour, and our sessions just keep getting better and better. On this particular day of our programming journey, we arrived in Queens, New York, where we had tons of coding fun with our good friends at the Solomon Schechter School of Queens.
Neal and I kicked off day three bright and early in Maplewood, NJ, and eventually made our way down to West Milford where we enjoyed some great New England spring time weather. 😀
The time has finally come! We are ready to embark on our Kodable Road Tour, and teach programming to over 1,500 students in 30 schools across the country.
Why is coding often perceived as being overly complicated? What can be done to demystify coding in your school? These are the topics of discussion in this week’s #KidsCanCode programming education chat. 🙂
We all come from different educational backgrounds, teach many subjects, and have varying responsibilities–but we do have one thing in common. We all teach CS/programming! Let’s chat about our roles as CS educators.
Often, when programming solutions can be subjective, how do you define success? How do you assess students’ grasp of key programming concepts? This week we discuss how we can best measure programming success.
In this week’s #KidsCanCode Chat we are joined by @flatfuzzproject to talk about Connecting Classrooms with Coding! Why is it important to connect students with other classrooms and share coding stories? How have you connected your classroom with other programmers locally and globally?
#CSEdWeek and the #HourOfCode has finally arrived! This week, we talk about how it is going so far!