The Learning Benefits of Having Students Build Their Own Robots

  I think it’s safe to say if you’re reading this blog, we can agree on some level that robotics is pretty cool. However, cool doesn’t necessarily justify adding it to your curriculum or getting ... Continue reading

Bring Computer Science to Your Class with 14 Week micro:bit Curriculum

We understand that adding computer science into the classroom can be a hard and daunting task, especially when you have so many standards to teach already - who has the time!? Through a recent ... Continue reading

Calling all Colorado educators - Don’t miss Rock CS! Rocky Mountain Computer Science Conference for P-12 Educators

There’s an exciting new computer science conference coming to Colorado this summer, Rock CS. Created by Adams 12 Five Star Schools and St. Vrain Valley School District, Rock CS is funded by the ... Continue reading

The Many Benefits of STEM/STEAM Learning

Over the past few years, the topics of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and mathematics) have been pushed to the front line of ... Continue reading

What a Simple Blink Sketch Can Teach Us About Vision

Happy New Year and good tidings and all of that other stuff people typically wish you! I don’t know about anybody else, but my least favorite thing about the New Year is the constant question of what ... Continue reading

What is Computational Thinking?

Computational Thinking is the buzzword of the moment. But what does it mean and how can you use it meaningfully with your students?... Continue reading

Looking Back on CSED Week 2018

As we bid farewell to another Computer Science Education week, I want to recount my experiences with three different classes at BLDG 61 and the Boulder Public Library.... Continue reading

Our Top 25 Favorite STEM Articles of 2018

We are constantly on the lookout for interesting articles in the fields of STEM education, ed tech and computer science. Over the past year, we saved some of our favorites, along with some of the ... Continue reading

The Changing Faces of Scratch

The Scratch programming language has been one of the most ubiquitous and constant introductions to programming in computer science use in classrooms. It's fun interface and block-based coding make it ... Continue reading

How To Datalog Using Only the micro:bit

The micro:bit has taken technology education by storm and we have been working on a number of ways to help educators make it more applicable for day to day use for students and teachers rather than ... Continue reading

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