Coding and Programming

The Maker Playbook: Caroline Haebig

The Maker Playbook: A Podcast to Support Creative and Inclusive Learning Experiences: Featuring Caroline Haebig

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 09/13/2021 /

In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, Jeff sits down with Caroline Haebig, author of the new ISTE publication “The Maker Playbook” to discuss the importance of giving students the opportunity to explore their world and ask questions about their surroundings.

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Intel Tech Learning Lab Podcast

Intel Tech Learning Lab

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 01/08/2019 /

In this episode of the TeacherCast Podcast, we welcome Raysana Hurtado from Intel and California Educator, Kennan Scott, onto the program to discuss how Intel is transforming education by demonstrating what might be possible in not just the “classroom of the future”, but the “classroom of the present”.

This year, INTEL traveled across the country working with teachers and students to showcase their Intel’s Tech Learning Lab, a custom-built, mobile truck that is filled with the most amazing virtual reality and augmented reality workstations to provide hands-on activities to teach students about coding and robotics.

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Sony KOOV

Sony KOOV: A Complete Building, Designing, and Coding Solution for K12 STEM Classrooms

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 01/04/2019 /

KOOV is the all-in-one coding, robotics and design kit that combines digital coding with physical building to teach the next generation of problem-solvers and innovators.

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Learning Dot Com Podcast

Learning Dot Com | Learning Digital Literacy Skills in Grades K-12

By Jeffrey Bradbury / 09/11/2018 /

In this episode of EdTech in the Classroom, we welcome Jeff Meyer, the Director of Education for Learning.com.

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Making Code in Classes Mandatory

Coding for K12: A useful teaching tool for all teachers

By Sam Patterson / 07/31/2018 /

What is code is doing in our classes, and how can we, as teachers, respond to the public pressure to code in a way that serves our highest pedagogical goals?

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