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TimestampUntitled QuestionGrade(s) you teach What format? (club, tech class, makerspace, push in, etc)What tech do you use? (iPads, Mac, PC, unplugged, robots, android, etc)What is your favorite application? What is your favorite activity?What is your biggest challenge?Other concerns?
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Jenn Regruth@jennregruth4thgen ediPadsiMoviepadletgetting kids to understand what coding is so they will get interested
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Carolyn Petite@cfhsPetite9th-12thclassPC, create Android mobile appsMIT AppInventor or Processing cannot pickI really love writing code, and I love teaching students how to write code.Sorry..HS teacher trying to get ideas for bringing more code to younger students!
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Vicky Sedgwick@visionsbyvickyK-8Tech Class 2x/wkPCs, Bee-Bots, Sphero, MaKeyMakey, some iPads, just got some android tabletsScratchIn coding? Love student "All About Me" projects & drawing polygons in a variety of apps/websites.Do you have a lot of money? :) My biggest challenge is funding ... and not enough time.
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Maria Muhlbauer@muhlbs835th - 8thFlex schedule - libraryiPads, PC, Bee Bots, Hummingbirds, Robot FinchesHummingbird kits
Getting students excited/invested in learning.Time.
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Amanda Voth@mandavothTutor K-5When teachers let me come code, integrating into reading tutoring skillsiPads, Laptop, Kindle FireCode.organything where students can teach each otherintegrating coding/programming into reading tutoring
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Sheena Vaidyanathan@sheena1010Grade 6CS classMacHard to decide - probably Scratch...Need more class time!
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Christina Carroll@PAStemTeacherK-4STEM labiPads, Mac, PCIt really depends on the age of student. K-1st grade love apps Lightbot Jr., Move the Turtle and Kodable. My older students love Scatch, Tinker, and apps like Lightbot and Hopscotch. My older students also program through the LEGO WEDO software. It is really hard to pick a favorite! I think the thing I love about teaching kids to program is how it teaches kids to think creatively. I wish we had more time. We are only able to give two weeks to prgraming in the classroom. I started a summer camp last year but that does not allow me to see as many kids.
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Lisa Anthony@MadEdTechK-5+Technology Integrartiona & Basics, Coding, Robotics, & General EdOSX & iOS at school plus staying up with PC and Chrome at home.Safari - gateway to all this fantastic stuff. being with students who are enganged and excited about learning and life.time!
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Lori Banaszak@followinglbK-5Elementary Coding ClubsChromebooks, Makey Makey, SpherosScratchStudents creating projects for otherstime
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Jeanne Reed@jeannereed1K-5Class, Club and MakerspaceiPads, PC, MacKodable for all ages to start. Then a little of Scratch and Hopscotch but getting into 3D printing softwareTeam projects (love and hate them)time
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Deepti Suchindran@deeptirobotixK-12Robotics Class in Schools, After-school, summer campsRobots, PC, unplugged, androidScratch, Snap!, PocketCodeProgramming robots!Getting more girls interested
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Theresa McCoy@theowl35/8/2015Tech class; after school club
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Laurie Anastasio@LaurieAnastasioK-5Comp Lab time, After School Tech Team, Summer CampsChromebooks, Ipads, Robots, Makey MakeyCode Studio, Scratch, Code AcademyKids teaching peers and teachers abot tech. Time and devicesTeachers having time and interest to add into regular day
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Brad Bridgewater@mrbridgewaters2ndgen edIpad and macscode.orgteaching children new thingstimenone
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