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Hour of Code – Falling Tiles Game

Project Link in the Codecraft App DURATION: 60 mins GETTING STARTED: (2-5 MINS) Introduce the activity ACTIVITY: (40-20 MINS) Facilitate and support students to complete the tutorial as well as the challenges WRAP-UP: (5-10 MINS) Debrief and close CONFIG OBJECT type: Phaser.AUTO This property is responsible for setting the rendering context of the game.It can

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Hour of Code – Making Computer Music

Project Link in the Codecraft App LESSON SUMMARY DURATION: 45-60 mins GETTING STARTED: (2-5 MINS) Introduce the activity Direct student to the activity ACTIVITY: (20-40 MINS) Facilitate and support students to complete the tutorial WRAP-UP: (5-10 MINS) Debrief and close ASSESSMENT/EXTENDED LEARNING: (2-5 MINS) Optional What are we building? We’re going to build a piano

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Thinking of a career in tech? Look to cybersecurity, first.

While Halloween is right around the corner, it’s not the only thing happening in October that we’re excited about. October is also Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a month long collaborative effort between industry leaders and the U.S. government designed to bring attention to online safety and security. It aims to not only help Americans understand how

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Codecraft Computer Codecraft Programming Competitions 2020

Getting Started Guides for Scratch, Python, or Java Getting Started with Scratch Make an account at www.scratch.mit.edu. Decide whether you’d like to make a story or a game.  Brainstorm some ideas and write them down on a sheet of paper. Plan out how you intend to implement your ideas. Break down the actions, and use

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What Kind of Summer Camp Does Your Child Need?

What Kind of Summer Camp Does Your Child Need? “How was camp today?” “I hate it. It’s boring. Can I just stay home?” It’s an answer no parent wants to hear. We get it: Finding something for your kids to do all day, all summer, can be a pain. But before you default to the

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Owen Redwood, Codecraft Lab

Learning How to Learn

Codecraft Lab recently hosted a Bite of Science in Melbourne, on Tuesday, March 1st. It was a fantastic evening of professional enrichment, cost-free, for middle and high school teachers made possible by the Center for Excellence in Education and sponsored by the Edward T. Bedford Foundation. The mission of the Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP) is

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Why We Code

The young geeks at the Codecraft Lab Python summer camp had a visit from Christopher Struttmann, who asked: Why do we code?  Chris Struttmann told campers that he got his early intro to computer programming at age 11. In high school, Chris joined the robotics team and developed an appreciation for hard computer problems. The

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Johan Scherft

Delivery Drones, Autonomous Cars, Artistic Robots & You!

Can computers make coffee? Drive cars? What about art. Can computers become creative or self conscious? Learn more about delivery drones, autonomous cars, artistic robots & you! Codecraft Lab is hosting a open house and tech-talk with computer scientist Stephanie Galbo for middle and high school aged students in Brevard at the Lab on Friday, August

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