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Students Learning to Code: Scope & Sequencing Tensions?

  This is week 4 of the Learning Creative Learning MOOC delivered by MIT’s Medialab and developers of Scratch computer programming language for children. We’re covering the 4 Ps of Creative Learning:  Projects, Passion, Peers, and Play.  We are covering “Peers” … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 19: Experimenting with Code

 This is a cool Stage of the program.  We’re given various pieces of code and our job is to run it and to play with it by changing bits to see what happens.  A lot can happen just by playing … Continue reading

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Code.org Stage 18: The Internet

)   Stage 18 is an interesting unplugged activity.  Students learn about how the Internet works to deliver information.  See the Lesson Plan.   New Vocabulary (taken from Code.org Lesson Plan): IP (Internet Protocol)—An agreed upon set of requirements for delivering packets … Continue reading

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