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Here are some great posters that illustrate keywords involved with the programming element of the new computing curriculum.
Great news! Scratch Junior is now available for iPads.
A computer and coding kit for all ages, all over the world. Simple as Lego, powered by Pi. Make games, learn code, create the future.
Computational Learning with Coding TCC 4-4
One of the alternative to Scratch is the Alice project It is also free and has community support for teachers.
Hello Ruby is a children’s book that teaches programming fundamentals through stories and kid-friendly activities.
This book aims at breaking the entry barriers for kids, both boys and girls, to the programming universe. The language chose is ruby, which has one of the most natural grammars I have seen so far in a programming language. Very often, resources to teach/learn programming are written by men, and the contexts are mostly boyish. This book is written by a woman, with a girl as the main character, but is not for girls, or so the author claims. I will review the book after receiving it in Agust 2014
LEGO WeDo is a robotics kit that you can use to connect your Scratch projects to the physical world.
What is ScratchEd?
ScratchEd is an online community where Scratch educators: share stories, exchange resources, ask questions, and find people,
From Computational Learning with Coding TCC 4-4
Scratch began with education in mind. ScratchEd was nearly simultaneous. Scratch is the coding site...ScratchEd gives educators additional tools to use it.
For every UK student and classroom: learn how fun coding is in just one hour March 3 - 9.