Teaching Students About Artificial Intelligence

Though the term “artificial intelligence” (AI) can be traced back to the 1950’s, it really didn’t start getting much traction until recently. Before we talk […]

Animate Learning with The Wick Editor

The Wick Editor may be your new, best digital tool. As a longtime gamer, I am always on the lookout for game creation tools. As […]

Resources for the Raspberry Pi Enthusiast

What can be better than a computer designed to inspire children? That was the motivation for creating Raspberry Pi even as early as 2006 when […]

Making Game Design Child’s Play

On cable television this past weekend, one of my favorite trilogies found its way into my heart again. I’m not sure what it is about […]

AP and IB Computer Science Credits

As districts are creating their course selection sheets for their secondary students, some questions surrounding the actions by the State Board of Education are circulating […]

Preparing Students with Digital Literacy Skills

  Why Coding? Our staff lives by the saying, “If there is a problem, how do we solve it?” One of the problems that came […]

Making Back to School Easy with Free Computer Science Tools

So, summer has ended.  The kiddos are all just beginning to settle in, and you are starting to drown in grading and assignments.  Stress not […]

AR with Rox’s Secret Code

Anytime you can combine augmented reality, cute robots, and coding fun, you are guaranteed student engagement. And that’s exactly what the Rox’s Secret Code app […]

3D Tools, Libraries, and Resources

If your campus or classroom is just beginning to dabble in 3D design, you may think you are limited in the resources available to you. […]

Teach Cloud Computing to Students with AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has provided a host of free and informative resources for educators and students that are focused on preparing the future cloud […]

86th Texas Legislature Wrap-Up

All good things must come to an end, but only someone who loves politics would consider the legislative process a good thing. I’m one of […]

Coding for Creativity? The Latest Report Says “Yes”

To be honest, when I think about coding activities for grades K-8, I don’t normally thing about using the skill of creativity to complete them. […]

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