I normally don't like to create "click bait" blog post titles, but this one seemed to fit. Twenty-five resources can be overwhelming, but there is a good mix of different types of items. There are links to websites with lesson plans, iOS apps, books, videos, and samples of student work to fit your learning style.
Scratch was developed by MIT a little over eight years ago. It uses a visual programming language that is easy to start for stud
Have you ever dreamed of making your own video game, but gotten stuck with every tool you've looked at? Here are five you can start with that aim to make the process as simple as possible – no programming necessary. We've shown you development tools you should learn to make your own games, but that…
With the widespread use of major social media platforms, it can be hard to understand why new ones keep being created. Could this be because each social network actually only fills one or two specific niches for users? Last Tuesday was an incredibly ordinary day for me – so imagine my surprise when, as I…
As someone currently studying a university course online, I found this very interesting indeed. I have no access to online tutoring at all, yet my counterparts who attend live lectures DO. I have asked about the availablity of such session, but it is usually met with comments about inadequate/unreliable technology or not being able to find a time that everyone can be part of the session...to me, since I am paying the same fees as those attending in person, this is NOT good enough!
The next Windows update has finally arrived! Microsoft released more details at today's Build 2015 conference about Windows 10 (apparently Windows 9 was surpassed altogether), a comprehensive operating system that will run across all kinds of devices.
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