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Click to view content  By Christian Landy   Students often enjoy playing trivia style games for consolidating and solidifying understanding of course content. The micro:bit, which is prevalent in the global education community and is now available in many schools, can add a physical dimension to trivia games, and can provide students with an opportunity to program…
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Click to view contentBy Steve and Lisa Floyd   21st century and global competencies are the focus of educational jurisdictions everywhere, as we prepare our students to navigate a rapidly changing world where technology is ubiquitous. Here in Ontario, the 21st Century Competencies foundation document was released in 2016 by the Ministry of Education for discussion…
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Click to view content    By: Jessica Weber   So what does computational thinking have to do with 3D printing anyways? Turns out a lot! In this post, I hope to shed some light on how computational practices are evident in student learning while engaged in the 3D design process.   Computational Practices Defined:  Brennan and Resnick (2012) outline key dimensions of… (Show more)