Category Archives: 20 Hours of Code

Scratch that low floor but high ceiling!

  Learning Creative Learning: Projects We’re onto the second week of the Learning Creative Learning course offered by MIT’s Media Lab.  Last week was the introduction and they covered their Learning Spiral. The course’s purpose is to cover the “key aspects … Continue reading

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Everything I need to know, I learned in Kindergarten

  Learning Creative Learning It feels good to have finished blogging the 20 Stages of the 20 Hour “Hour of Code” course for K-8.  I’m looking ahead to when my students finish the 20 stages themselves. My plan is to … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 20: W00t! I’m finished!

    I can’t believe it but I’m actually finished the 20 Hour “Hour of Code” by Code.org!  By the end of it, I had written ~1,900 lines of code. I’ve been dragging my feet about completing the hours since … Continue reading

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