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Google Science Fair: What is it?

Ever heard of the Google Science Fair? No? This video is a short description of some of the amazing things previous winners have done. Are your...

Google Science Fair: Highlights

This video is a short description of some of the amazing things previous winners have done. Are your students producing? Is the Google Science Fair a...

Computational Thinking: A Digital Age Skill for Everyone

Computational thinking allows learners to leverage technology to boost their own critical and creative thinking processes.  The International...

Computer Science as a Core Subject

Thought leaders in the educational technology space surrounding computer science share their thoughts about the future of math, making a case for...

Class of the Future: A Student-Created Video Showcase

Can you imagine what the classroom will look like in the near future?  A team of students from the Class of 2015 created and produced a video to...

What Is Coding?

This video is a great way to lead into the beginning of a coding project or to show students at the start of a Genius Hour. It is also a great...

How to Run an Hour of Code

If you want to start and Hour of Code with your students this is the place to start. This short video will list all of the steps that go into getting...

Code.org: Resources for the Hour of Code

Take a tour of the Code.org website and see some examples of how students will be interacting during the Hour of Code. If you have no previous...

Using Google Trends to Make Sense of Data

Google Trends is an amazing place to go where everyone can be a data nerd!  Not only can you easily identify the hot topics that people from all...

Draw.io to Design and Model

Draw.io is a free flowchart and mapping tool that stores to Google Drive, OneDrive, or other cloud storage solutions.  Use it to design database...

Moonshot Thinking: Solve for X

Google X is a hub of "moonshot" thinking.  There isn't a problem too big or too audacious that can't be solved when you approach it with a radical...

STEM: Design Technology Lessons

The NRICH: Enriching Mathematics website, published by the University of Cambridge, focuses on material that can enhance learning opportunities in...

STEM: Core Scientific Mathematics

The NRICH: Enriching Mathematics website, published by the University of Cambridge, focuses on material that can enhance learning opportunities in...

Early Elementary Login Tricks!

Another great blog post from Christine Pinto, creator of GAFE4Littles! One of the biggest hurdles for early elementary teachers at the beginning of...

Introducing Coding With Scratch Jr.

FOR REVIEWKids don't have to be destined for a life of computer programing to enjoy coding. Every student should have a chance to explore coding for...

CodePen: A Coding Playground for Your Students

Are you teaching digital coding and need a resource to put your class to the next-level?  Do you have a student that is ready to advance his/her...

Teaching Coding with Tickle App

If you are looking for an awesome app for the iPad to help your efforts to teach the Hour of code, we suggest you take a look at Tickle. This...

Reimagining Education with Drones

Drones are cool. Seeing things from a different perspective can be eye-opening and, even thrilling. How can we, as teachers, utilize this excitement...

Computer Science With Google CS First

Google is a leader in the field of computer science, and they are providing many of their resources to our students. Here is what Google has to...

Digital Literacy Curriculum: Google CS

Digital skills and digital citizenship are going to be very important for our students' futures. It can be challenging to find time to both create...