Monday, February 22, 2016

Interesting Links 22 February 2016

It’s likely to be quite on this blog this week. My school in on February vacation. I was pretty busy getting a lot of things done last week so I could enjoy this week. I only brought a little grading home to do. We’ll see if I get to it. Just a few links to share today.

Help us to improve the CSTA K-12 CS Standards! A draft version is ready for your review at 

3-D-printed artifacts give the blind and visually impaired a chance to feel history at Richmond museum Pretty cool development.  somewhat related is Mattel Unveils ThingMaker, A $300 3D Printer That Lets Kids Make Their Own Toys Sure toys! But how might teachers and schools use such a device tied in with 3D scanners?

Powerful summer program for high school girls. Build the world of your dreams by learning to code! Apply to the @GirlsWhoCode Summer Immersion Program now!

Small Basic Curriculum Videos! by Mr. Adams were one of the resources I learned about for Small Basic last week. On Friday I blogged about the LitDev (little developer) extension for Small Basic


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