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Ozobots: BIG Learning with Tiny Robots

Exploring Coding with Ozobots I’m completely sold on the idea that kids should be coding in schools. Learning how to program isn’t about mastering computer science; it’s about breaking down problems and empowering kids to create something of their own design from scratch. Coding is both a new literacy skill and a novel form of creative expression. There are many ...

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Designing Digital Snowflakes

Designing Digital Snowflakes

Combining Art, 2-D Design & Printing You remember making snowflakes with folded paper as a kid, right?  Imagine the same experience, but without the disappointment of ending up with tiny bits of paper because you cut too much.  This week I partnered with Kathleen Lorenzo, one of our fabulous elementary art teachers and her second grade students to create digital ...

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