Jul 14, 2016

Get students hooked on coding this summer with YouthSpark camps – Microsoft in Education blog

This summer, YouthSpark is offering computer science camps to help students who are interested in learning coding and game creation skills. YouthSpark Camps get kids of all ages coding, creating games and apps, and having a blast in the process. Featured camps include:   Kodu Makerspace. Create rich and exciting games with Kodu Game Lab...

Proceed to the page: http://linkis.com/0cLnX

Similar Articles Added Earlier

  • Makerspace Resources | Renovated Learning

    I’ve compiled some of my best Makerspace resources onto this page.  I’ve been researching this topic extensively, and I will continue to add resources as I discover them. What is the Maker Movement? Thinkers and Tinkers: The Maker Movement – Fantastic website that goes over the basics of what the...

  • ROBOTS-4-U Summer Camps Now Enrolling - Central Minnesota Mom

    S.T.E.A.M. education: Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math! ROBOTS-4-U Summer Camps Now Enrolling – Where Fun, Thinking & Learning comes to Life! Website: www.ROBOTS-4-U.com Twitter: @Robots4U Facebook: Facebook.com/Robots4Usummercamp Campers having a BLAST, while learning and playing in...

  • 4 Great Web Tools for Creating Educational Game...

    Below are five of our favourite platforms that you can use with your students to create a wide variety of learning games. No coding skills are required. Designing learning games is a great way to develop students analytic thinking and foster self-expression. It is also an effective way to introduce...

  • Code Creation Training and Practice for Students | Microsoft Imagine

    Use these fun games, apps, and projects as your training space for creating code. Practice coding in-game and in-app elements and improve your skills.

  • The art of turning science, technology and maths learning into a game

    The state government has joined with the Australian Centre for the Moving Image on a three-year project to develop students' science, technology, engineering, art and maths skills via the creation of computer-based games.

Similar Articles Added Today

Latest Links Processed

0/120