Office Supply Jeopardy - micro:bit Edition

Have you ever walked by the supply cabinet at work and see your fellow office mates look aimlessly into the bottomless pit of office supplies? We’ve all done it - you go there with the purpose of ... 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

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

LED Color Mixing with the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit

One of the best things about the SparkFun Inventor’s Kit (SIK) is that the parts are completely reusable. The projects outlined in the included guidebook don’t require any soldering, allowing the ... Continue reading

Datalogging with the micro:bit Part 2

In the first installment of this short series on data logging with the micro:bit we looked at how to use the SparkFun OpenLog to log data to a microSD card over a longer period of time. The OpenLog ... Continue reading

One Cool Project to Adapt to the Classroom for Design Thinking

A few teachers have recently asked me about ways to engage students with digital fabrication tools like the 3D printer and laser cutter. Many schools have invested in these tools but the curriculum ... Continue reading

Fun, High Quality, Coding Technique

Editor's note: We're excited to bring you this series of guest posts from Shane Diller. Read on to learn more about Shane and how he approaches teaching Arduino. Howdy everybody, if you’ve read ... Continue reading

Teaching Arduino (or any Coding) Without a Full CS Course, Part 2

Editor's note: We're excited to bring you this series of guest posts from Shane Diller. Read on to learn more about Shane and how he approaches teaching Arduino. Happy July 31st to everybody out ... Continue reading

Teaching Arduino (or any Coding) Without a Full CS Course

Editor's note: We're excited to bring you this series of guest posts from Shane Diller. Read on to learn more about Shane and how he uses electronics in schools. Hey guys! I hope you enjoyed my last ... Continue reading

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