Win an iPad in our #FLVSCodes Contest

To celebrate our tech-savvy students, FLVS is hosting a contest from Dec. 3, 2018 through Jan. 14, 2019. We want to see how our students […]

5 Resources to Find Tons of Free Fun Unplugged Coding Activities!

Part of the series, Hour of Code Ideas! “Falling in love with code means falling in love with problem solving and being a part of […]

8 Wonderful Websites for Easy Coding Activities for Any Age or Level!

First in the series, Hour of Code Ideas! “Falling in love with code means falling in love with problem solving and being a part of […]

Coming Together with CTE

It is hard to imagine anything good coming from the devastating winds and rain of Hurricane Irma or similar storms that ravaged homes and communities […]

Bringing Learning to Life with Practical Experience

We know students learn best through experience, but how can they get hands-on in a virtual learning environment? Say hello to Career and Technical Student […]

New Course and Certification Opportunities

Many don’t like to see stores stocking back-to-school supplies as early as mid-July. I personally love it! As a parent and educator, I believe it’s […]

Emerging Research on K-12 Computer Science Education: 6 Trends to Watch

As "computer science for all" takes off, researchers are racing to investigate key questions around access, assessment, and implementation.

Catching Up with a Computer Science Expert

To get a better idea of what Computer Science Education Week and Hour of Code is all about, FLVS Content Writer Irene Pynn-Cunha sat down to chat […]

Teaching Computational, Abstract Thinking

Visual programming languages and programming as a learning tool are old dreams, rooted in the late Seymour Papert’s creation of the Logo programming language for […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Connecting Hip-Hop and Coding

How can young people use coding to express their interests in areas such as hip-hop dance? To explore this question, Progressive Arts Alliance and the […]

STEM Like a Girl

“______ Like a Girl” used to be an Insult. Fill in the blank, it could have been “throw like a girl”, “run like a girl” or […]

Training Professionals Should Never Learn to Code

That's only one side of the story. The other side is that everyone in our industry should, at the very least, understand code. And like […]

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