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Coding Is Coming To Every Industry You Can Think Of, Time To Start Learning It Now

Coding Is Coming To Every Industry You Can Think Of, Time To Start Learning It Now | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it

Not every coder job involves working in a blue chip tech company or Silicon Valley startup.As British technologist, Conrad Wolfram said in a TED talk on teaching math with computers: “In the real world math isn’t necessarily done by mathematicians.


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AppShed – Get your class making their own Apps

AppShed – Get your class making their own Apps | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
By far the highlight for many of us at the NAACE Hot House event earlier this week was the presentation by Torsten Stauch from Appshed.com. Torsten put a good deal of effort into his presentation  ...
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Google Blockly Lets You Hack With No Keyboard

Google Blockly Lets You Hack With No Keyboard | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
Google has released a completely visual programming language that lets you build software without typing a single character.Now available on...
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Scratch, Squeak, Alice and Go -- programming for kids, adults and everyone else

Scratch, Squeak, Alice and Go -- programming for kids, adults and everyone else | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
Let's take a quick look at four alternatives to the mainstream programming languages that we use today: Scratch, Squeak, Alice and Go (which, put together, may sound like the name of a Saturday morning cartoon show):
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Free Technology for Teachers: Four Good Resources for Learning to Write HTML

Free Technology for Teachers: Four Good Resources for Learning to Write HTML | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
These are three resources that you can use to teach yourself HTML. The instructions in these resources are clear enough that middle school stu
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Sploder

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This wonderful site allows children to create platform, physics, puzzle and shooter games using an easy to use toolbox. The games are created and saved online. They can also swap links to their games and play each other's creations.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/ICT+%26+Web+Tools


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Coding For Kids

Coding For Kids | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
This group was created by a community of people brought together on the 12th October 2011 at the Guardian, York Way, London - made up of young people, teachers, ex-teachers, developers, parents and industry with the purpose of finding ways to support education of programming and computational thinking for the current and next generations in the UK. Whether this be through traditional education methods - or other stuff.
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5 Tools to Introduce Programming to Kids

5 Tools to Introduce Programming to Kids | Programming for Kids | Scoop.it
It's hard to argue with the importance of teaching students how to use computers -- how to turn on, log on, search the Web, and use applications.
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Free Technology for Teachers: Learn the Web's Core With CoreDogs

CoreDogs is a set of online texts and lessons that you can use to learn how the web works, how to build websites, and how to build simple web applications. You can navigate through the lessons in order or skip to parts that are of the most interest to you.
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