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The Finch Robot
This educational technology tool can be programmed in five different coding languages, from Scratch to Java, making it immediately accessible to learners of any age and ability. A free loan program an
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Digital Schoolhouse
Our ingenious computing workshops are aimed at local primary schools across the UK. Delivered by our expert network of Schoolhouses and lead teachers, you can experience our unique approach to play-ba
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Remake Learning
Remake Learning’s network of thousands of educators + practitioners – who represent nearly 600 schools, libraries, museums, afterschool programs, early learning centers, creative industries, and highe
Saturday Kids
Our mission is to inspire every child to be a curious, self-directed learner, regardless of their background and circumstances. We do this through our creative coding classes that teach kids how to le
Alice
Alice is an innovative block-based programming environment that makes it easy to create animations, build interactive narratives, or program simple games in 3D. Unlike many of the puzzle-based coding
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Hello Ruby
Hello Ruby teaches programming in fun, creative ways by providing tools for children, parents and educators. The concept originally began as a successful children’s book that has now been published in
BBC micro:bit
The BBC micro:bit is a physical computing device that provides a bridge between abstract concepts and tangible experiences. Develop fluency in concepts and languages of computer systems and foster dig
Project Pals
Project Pals is a project-based learning platform for collaborative learning. Project Pals helps students streamline and organize independent assignments and group projects. The real time collaboratio
MAD-learn
MAD-learn gives students a powerful tool to easily build content-rich, dynamic mobile apps as a means of solving problems, building entrepreneurial skills, and sharing ideas, while making the concept
Trust in Noticing
Trust in Noticing is an approach for teaching and learning. Although trust may seem obscure, “anything essential is invisible to the eyes” (Antoine de Saint-Exupery). This approach supports childr
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Computer Science Immersion
The Canon-McMillan School District believes computer science should be accessible for all of its students. And thanks to a unique co-teaching model, it is. Teachers and students in grades K - 4 use co
Kids Media Lab
The innovation of this project is the introduction of programming in a playful and creative way in kindergarten activities. It is important to know and explore programming languages that design new wa