#Coding - Computational Thinking
In my last EdSurge article, Computer Science Goes Beyond Coding, I wrote about the difference between coding and computer science
The inclusion of coding and computational thinking (CT) skills across all levels of education.
Teach Ontario Resource
We like the definition coined by Jeannette Wing, an early and fierce advocate of computational thinking, which is referenced in the European Commission’s report “Developing Computational Thinking in Compulsory Education: Implications for Policy and Practice” (December 2016).
Over 100 coding lessons about variables, sound, graphics, maps, and the Arduino, that will teach you about math.
Open Game Art is a media repository intended for use with free software game projects. Its purpose is to allow developers to easily replace programmer art with high-quality, appropriately licensed artwork. It accepts both 2D and 3D art, as well as sound effects and music.
KS3 Computing Computational thinking learning resources for adults, children, parents and teachers.
I was invited to do a fifteen-minute talk to explain artificial intelligence to the students. Unfortunately, I couldn’t make it in person, so I had to resort to contributing a presentation by video for the livestream. - Dale Lane