We had an amazing #symchat yesterday discussing all the Educational Conferences that we want to go!
PD PRO Sylvia Buller hosted an awesome #symchat on the difficulties in tech poor schools. There are tons of resources and ideas for schools with less tech!
Resources for Tech Funding
Edu iPad Resources
Wow! We started out 2015 with one great #symchat! PD PRO Michelle Cooper hosted the discussion on Cool Tech Tools & Apps!
During #symchat with Shannon Miller, we talked about the holidays! Here are some great books and resources that we discussed! Books – How The Grinch Stole Christmas, Christmas Mouse, The Night Before Christmas, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, Polar Express, Auntie Claus, Pirates Night Before Christmas, The Amazing Christmas Extravaganza by David Shannon
The Digital Scoop – Webmix Wednesday
Shannon Miller – Holiday Fun
SymbalooEDU – Holidays
Sylvia Buller – Christmas Fun
Shannon’s Buncee Buddies
Creative Characters – Gepeto
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If you missed #symchat with @MattBGomez, you missed tons of great coding resources! We discussed coding games, teaching code off screen and keeping girls engaged. Check out all there resources and the chat archive below.
What Most Schools Don’t Teach
The Hour of Code
Hour of Code – Intro
Free iPad Apps Elementary
2014 – Hour of Code
Hour of Code – Pioneer
Davies Student Resources
Hour of Code
Coding with Kids
Hour of Code Resources
Computer Programming with Kids
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Most of us spend at least one hour each day on the internet. You can find anything you need from a how-to video to directions just by searching online. Every day, amazing new apps are released that make our lives easier. This is all possible because of code! Sounds difficult, doesn’t it? Coding is actually not that difficult! The Hour of Code helps students and teachers, kids and parents, boys and girls to learn code through fun games!
So, why is coding so important? Coding is so imperative as we move forward in the world of technology that even the President is learning how to code! One hour of code will prove how easy it is for any age. Add the webmix below to your Symbaloo and show your students how easy it is to code and then, join us on Twitter for #symchat on Wednesday, December 10th at 3PM PST for a discussion on Hour of Code! If you organize your own Coding webmix, please share it with us on social media!
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Computer Programming – Bobby Lewis
Storytown – Mrs. Morris
Cyber Bullying – Michelle Green
English Language – Merry Beau
Anti Bullying – Maria Sellers
Math – Merry Beau
Hour of Code – Michelle Green
Current Events – Maria Sellers
Winter Holiday – Mrs. Foster