Teaching programming through ScratchJr and Beebots.
Learning how binary numbers work and implementing it in your classroom.
This slide is a summary of what Computational Thinking is, these are expanded further on csunplugged.org
CS4PS Welcome slides an introduction to computer science.
Digital Technology curriculum update
Remember to ask: What did you expect to see happening? (Can students describe this in a lot of detail?) What actually happened? (Can students describe this in a lot of detail?) What does your code say?
Find out how computer scientists have solved computers detecting and correcting errors.
Students can demonstrate their thinking and learning through Scratch.
This unit of work covers all the Kidbots and Fitness Unplugged lessons taught over the session, plus many other ideas on how to incorporate into your curriculum.
<p>Introducing junior students to programming and computational thinking. </p>
Digital Technology words translated to Māori.
Learning Python step by step
Teaching students how to complete a parallel sort with chalk.
This site teaches teachers how to complete an integrated inquiry from primary through to secondary.
Learn how start programming in your classroom.
Consultation process, where region seminars will take place, and the PDF of the draft document.
Iharaira Blake Pouako ki Te Kura Kōkiri
<p>Computer Science is everywhere, learn about error detection and correction, binary number system and unlocking how computers process data, Kidsbots and Fitness Unplugged and parallel sorting networks which explores the computational thinking of programming.</p>