Coding In The Classroom

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Coding In The Classroom

Author : Ryan Somma
ISBN : 9781718500341
Genre : Education
File Size : 28.34 MB
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A book for anyone teaching computer science from elementary school teachers and coding club coaches, to parents. Includes coverage of teaching standards, history of computing, elements of programming, numerous games and activities to illustrate concepts, simple hacking, and building a coding community. A book for anyone teaching computer science -- from elementary school teachers and coding club coaches to parents. Includes coverage of teaching standards, history of computing, elements of programming, numerous games and activities to illustrate concepts, simple hacking, and building a coding community. The book's activities require minimal setup: no new software to install or development environment to set up. Many activities don't involve computers at all, and when computers are used, students start coding with software they are already using.
Category: Education

Colour Coding For Learners With Autism

Author : Adele Devine
ISBN : 9780857008121
Genre : Education
File Size : 86.89 MB
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Children on the autism spectrum are often highly visual learners, making colour a powerful and motivating learning tool. This book explains how colour coding helps young people with autism to generalise lessons already learnt. For example, assigning the colour aqua to all personal care activities or the colour purple to timetabling and transitions establishes clear, visual categories. This allows children to draw on learnt experiences, which creates a sense of order, reduces anxiety, and can aid communication, understanding emotions, organisation, coping with change and diversifying diet. A wealth of tried-and-tested printable resources to enable the practical application of colour coding in the classroom and at home are included on a CD-ROM. With colourful illustrations and resources, Colour Coding for Learners with Autism is an effective, must-have teaching tool for anyone involved in the education of young people with autism.
Category: Education

Computational Thinking And Coding For Every Student

Author : Jane Krauss
ISBN : 9781506341279
Genre : Education
File Size : 63.30 MB
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Empower tomorrow’s tech innovators Our students are avid users and consumers of technology. Isn’t it time that they see themselves as the next technological innovators, too? Computational Thinking and Coding for Every Student is the beginner’s guide for K-12 educators who want to learn to integrate the basics of computer science into their curriculum. Readers will find Strategies and activities for teaching computational thinking and coding inside and outside of school, at any grade level, across disciplines Instruction-ready lessons for every grade A discussion guide and companion website with videos, activities, and other resources
Category: Education

Coding As A Playground

Author : Marina Umaschi Bers
ISBN : 9781315398921
Genre : Education
File Size : 61.57 MB
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Coding as a Playground is the first book to focus on how young children (ages 7 and under) can engage in computational thinking and be taught to become computer programmers, a process that can increase both their cognitive and social-emotional skills. Readers will learn how coding can engage children as producers—and not merely consumers—of technology in a playful way. You will come away from this groundbreaking work with an understanding of how coding promotes developmentally appropriate experiences such as problem solving, imagination, cognitive challenges, social interactions, motor skills development, emotional exploration, and making different choices. You will also learn how to integrate coding into different curricular areas to promote literacy, math, science, engineering, and the arts through a project-based approach.
Category: Education

Coding For Kids For Dummies

Author : Camille McCue, Ph.D
ISBN : 9781118940341
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 49.20 MB
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An easy-to-grasp introduction to coding concepts for kids Coding For Kids For Dummies breaks coding into a series of small projects, each designed to teach elementary-to-middle-school-aged students a core concept to build a game, application, or other tool. In this his hands-on, friendly guide readers will get access to a leading coding tool that has been designed specifically for kids, showing them how to create the projects provided in the book as well as how to implement them into their own creative work. Written by a teacher and leading advocate of coding education, Coding For Kids For Dummies explains to kids in plain English how to apply the math and logic skills they already have to the subject of coding. In no time, they'll be grasping basic coding concepts, completing their very own technical feats, and arming themselves with the computer science experience and know-how to prepare for a future working with technology. Lay-flat binding allows for easy access as students work on projects Full-color, large-print design make the information more approachable to kids Kids interested in computer science get a competitive edge The author has dedicated her career to enhancing coding and other STEM education in schools If you're a student who wants to learn coding, a parent who wants to help your kid pursue an interest in coding, or a teacher who is in need of a supplemental course book for your computer science class, Coding For Kids For Dummies has you covered.
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

No Fear Coding

Author : Heidi Williams
ISBN : 1564843874
Genre : Education
File Size : 81.83 MB
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Coding and computational thinking (the ability to think like a computer) are among the skills that will serve students well in the future. Coding goes beyond websites and software - it's an essential component in finding solutions to everyday problems. Computational thinking has many applications beyond the computer lab or math class -it teaches reasoning, creativity and expression, and is an innovative way to demonstrate content knowledge and see mathematical processes in action. No-Fear Coding shows K-5 educators how to bring coding into their curriculum by embedding computational thinking skills into activities for every content area. At the same time, embedding these skills helps students prepare for coding in the middle grades as they build their knowledge. To help teachers easily and effectively introduce coding, the book features: Classroom-tested lessons and activities designed for skills progression. Ready-to-implement coding exercises that can be incorporated across the curriculum. Alignment to ISTE and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) standards. Case studies and explorations of technology tools and resources to teach coding.
Category: Education

Computer Science In K 12

Author : Shuchi Grover
ISBN : 1734662700
Genre :
File Size : 67.41 MB
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Coding teaches our students the essence of logical thinking and problem solving while also preparing them for a world in which computing is becoming increasingly pervasive. While there's excitement and enthusiasm about programming becoming an intrinsic part of K-12 curricula the world over, there's also growing anxiety about preparing teachers to teach effectively at all grade levels.This book strives to be an essential, enduring, practical guide for every K-12 teacher anywhere who is either teaching or planning to teach computer science and programming at any grade level. To this end, readers will discover:? An A-to-Z organization that affords comprehensive insight into teaching introductory programming.? 26 chapters that cover foundational concepts, practices and well-researched pedagogies related to teaching introductory programming as an integral part of K-12 computer science. Cumulatively these chapters address the two salient building blocks of effective teaching of introductory programming-what content to teach (concepts and practices) and how to teach (pedagogy).? Concrete ideas and rich grade-appropriate examples inspired by practice and research for classroom use.? Perspectives and experiences shared by educators and scholars who are actively practicing and/or examiningthe teaching of computer science and programming in K-12 classrooms.

Medical Coding Online Classroom For Step By Step Medical Coding 2006 User Guide And Access Code

Author : Carol J. Buck
ISBN : 1416002197
Genre : Medical
File Size : 80.69 MB
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Medical Coding Online represents a complete course on advanced coding, combining content, self-study, and assessment into one product that can be immediately implemented as part of a distance-learning program, or used to enhance a traditional classroom. The course book provides all the content in detail while the online component reinforces the important concepts in concise lessons incorporating figures, photographs, audio narrated slide shows, and links to relevant web sites. Self-study includes a variety of interactive activities including unique case-based exercises designed specifically for medical coding. Includes a variety of student and instructor communication options such as real-time chat, class calendar, e-mail connections, bulletin board, digital drop box, discussion board, Instructor syllabus, and gradebooks to allow for flexibility and enhanced learning. Uses a unique case approach to advanced coding so students will get a more accurate feel for what a coder does on the job as well as matching, fill-in-the-blank, multiple choice, and true/false. Each on-line chapter includes engaging synopses of all the lessons in the textbook. Includes approximately 18 slide shows with audio narration to explain physical processes being demonstrated. "Hot" concept/key terms within text provides definitions of key concepts/terms at a single click to enables student to access correct definitions instantly. "Lesson Lectures" contain hypertext links opening pop-up boxes with further explanations to enable students to "dig deeper" into the content. Automatically scores end-of-chapter assessments to allow instructors to evaluate their students' comprehension and know their grades at any time during the progression through the course. Extensive glossary provides definitions of approximately 650 key terms. All content has been updated to current industry standards and for use with Step-by-Step Medical Coding, 2006 edition The entire design has been updated to make the course more easy-to-use
Category: Medical

Dual Coding With Teachers

Author : Oliver Caviglioli
ISBN : 1912906252
Genre : Audio-visual education
File Size : 39.52 MB
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As part of the discovery of cognitive science, teachers are waking up to the powers of dual coding - combining words with visuals in your teaching. This groundbreaking book is the first to bridge the huge gap between what we know about dual coding and the skills needed to practice it effectively in the classroom.
Category: Audio-visual education

No Fear Coding

Author : Heidi Watkins
ISBN : 1564848620
Genre : Computer programming
File Size : 48.57 MB
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"This new edition of the popular book No Fear Coding offers new research, updated tools and more cross-curricular connections for K-5 teachers to integrate into their classes. Coding has become an essential skill for finding solutions to everyday problems, while computational thinking (CT) teaches reasoning and creativity, and offers an innovative approach to demonstrating content knowledge and seeing mathematical processes in action. No-Fear Coding introduced many K-5 educators to ways to bring coding into their curriculum by embedding computational thinking skills into activities for different content areas. The new, expanded edition of this popular book features updated tools and resources, with more discussion about the features of each resource and the concepts each one can teach. It incorporates the latest research on computational thinking and deepens coverage of the ISTE Standards for Students. Also new in this edition: Suggestions for extending CT to more subjects, such as music, art and physical education, and an explanation of how CT can be used in special education. Expanded coverage of teaching CT offline to help students apply it without digital technology. Ideas on how to alleviate fear about the subject matter, as well as how a busy educator might incorporate more content into their already intense curriculum. Insights into helping children become active creators rather than passive users of technology, especially important today as we spend hours on devices and many children face challenges with anxiety and ADHD. Discussion of how coding and CT help children develop the executive functioning skills that are critical in early childhood. Tips on demystifying basic coding concepts so that teachers are comfortable teaching these concepts to their students. No-Fear Coding, Second Edition will help build students' coding and CT knowledge to prepare them for the middle grades and beyond"--
Category: Computer programming

Helping Kids With Coding For Dummies

Author : Camille McCue, Ph.D
ISBN : 9781119380672
Genre : Computers
File Size : 44.79 MB
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Help for grown-ups new to coding Getting a jump on learning how coding makes technology work is essential to prepare kids for the future. Unfortunately, many parents, teachers, and mentors didn't learn the unique logic and language of coding in school. Helping Kids with Coding For Dummies comes to the rescue. It breaks beginning coding into easy-to-understand language so you can help a child with coding homework, supplement an existing coding curriculum, or have fun learning with your favorite kid. The demand to have younger students learn coding has increased in recent years as the demand for trained coders has far exceeded the supply of coders. Luckily, this fun and accessible book makes it a snap to learn the skills necessary to help youngsters develop into proud, capable coders! Help with coding homework or enhance a coding curriculum Get familiar with coding logic and how to de-bug programs Complete small projects as you learn coding language Apply math skills to coding If you’re a parent, teacher, or mentor eager to help 8 to 14 year olds learn to speak a coding language like a mini pro, this book makes it possible!
Category: Computers

Write Code Like A Pro

Author : Guthals
ISBN : 9781119404170
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
File Size : 38.61 MB
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CODERS ARE ROCK STARS Coders are the people who are building the future. You can stake your own claim on the future by learning pro coding techniques. Take a look inside to figure out how and why coders think a bit differently, the basics of building a working application with a professional coding language, and how to test your app to make sure it works. Get a jump on your future as a rock-star coder today! See the big picture – get a grip on how pro coders start and finish a project Know the code – get your hands on a pro coding language and put it to work Make things happen – create a working application you can share with friends
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Code Breaker

Author : Brian Aspinall
ISBN : 1946444545
Genre : Active learning
File Size : 78.83 MB
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This book equips you to use computational thinking and coding in your classroom, regardless of your computer skill level, to increase creativity, remix assessment, and develop a class of coder ninjas!
Category: Active learning

Creative Coding

Author : Josh Caldwell (Curriculum developer)
ISBN : 1564846733
File Size : 44.27 MB
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This book helps classroom teachers, in several core content areas, develop activities and projects to encourage computational thinking and coding skills, and to build bridges between those skills and practice.

Teaching Computational Thinking In Primary Education

Author : Ozcinar, Huseyin
ISBN : 9781522532019
Genre : Education
File Size : 70.75 MB
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Computational technologies have been impacting human life for years. Teaching methods must adapt accordingly to provide the next generation with the necessary knowledge to further advance these human-assistive technologies. Teaching Computational Thinking in Primary Education is a crucial resource that examines the impact that instructing with a computational focus can have on future learners. Highlighting relevant topics that include multifaceted skillsets, coding, programming methods, and digital games, this scholarly publication is ideal for educators, academicians, students, and researchers who are interested in discovering how the future of education is being shaped.
Category: Education

Computer Science Education

Author : Sue Sentance
ISBN : 9781350057128
Genre : Education
File Size : 36.11 MB
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Drawing together the most up-to-date research from experts all across the world, Computer Science Education provides full, current coverage of a teaching subject that's still developing. It offers the most up-to-date coverage available on this developing subject, ideal for building confidence of new PGCE students teaching a very new discipline, exploring key concepts, pedagogical approaches and assessment practices. Highlights include: - a comprehensive taxonomy of programming misconceptions from Juha Sorva - an up-to-date discussion of computational thinking by Shuchi Grover and Roy Pea - a detailed look at issues of equity in computer science education by Jill Denner and Shannon Campe - teachers' and pupils' attitudes are considered by Quintin Cutts and Peter Donaldson - Paul Curzon and colleagues explore a range of different strategies for teaching computer science concepts - Ira Diethelm and her colleagues highlight the difficulties presented by the language we use to talk about computer science. The book is structured to support the reader with chapter outlines, synopses and key points. Explanations of key concepts, real-life examples and reflective points keep the theory grounded in classroom practice.
Category: Education

A Teacher S Guide To Using Technology In The Classroom

Author : Karen S. Ivers
ISBN : 1591580749
Genre : Education
File Size : 84.71 MB
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Important for beginning teachers and media specialists, this guide discusses the use of technology from a pedagogical perspective.
Category: Education