Today in our Merconnet article we want to talk about why should we teach homeschool programming. Computer programming, otherwise known as coding, has become a hot topic in the homeschool community. While coding is currently offered in a small fraction of traditional schools, homeschooling provides a unique and conducive environment for computer science instruction.
If you want to know everything about homeschooling, you need to know the most popular methods so you can include them in your class. These methods will make the class less boring and monotonous. You can get the most out of it!
This article is about 6 coding tools you should use for homeschooling. Parents add coding to their homeschool curriculum for their incredible benefits.
If you want to set your children for academic success, teach them to code. Coding is the language of the future!
If you want to know ways to implement STEM education read this article! STEM is the
abbreviation for Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.
This article about making fan films with HUE Animation Studio is for film lovers. Have you ever
loved a movie so much that you can watch it every time, memorize every scene and recite
almost every world of the script?
There is no doubt that innovative tools, and especially technology and robotics can make a
huge difference for children with special needs. This is especially true for students with autism,
who often show incredible skills when it comes to coding and robotics.
Teach coding with KUBO, it is easy and fun!
Students love to practice with KUBO and coding and designing robot scenarios. Robotics has many benefits and there are no limits to the situations or scenarios that can be imagined and the tasks that KUBO can be asked to execute.
Coding around the world.
Coding or not Coding
Playing and Coding
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Posted: February 20, 2018
Most of our children are growing up with an intimate understanding of technology. We let our kids play on our tablets, smartphones and computers, but it’s important to realize that a child’s exposure to technology doesn’t always have to be just “play.” There’s a wide variety of technological apps, toys, and games that not only provide learning through play, but also expose children to skills that can jump-start their future tech-y careers.
In recent years, coding and programming toys have become widely talked about by parents and educators who are invested in providing children the building blocks necessary to grasp the underlying concepts of coding. Robotic toys have emerged as great tools which expose children to basic programming languages that help to develop analytical and problem-solving skills, as well as creativity. But if we want to encourage our children to get into this world, we need to understand it ourselves.
What is coding a