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by B.J. Allen Conn
BJ Conn has been a teacher in the Los Angeles Unified District for 36 years and is currently teaching at the Open Charter School
BJ Conn has been a teacher in the Los Angeles Unified District for 36 years and is currently teaching at the Open Charter School. She has been working for the last 20 years to create meaningful ways to help integrate technology into classroom curriculum, especially in the areas of math and science. She is the recipient of numerous grants and awards for her work and was nominated for Teacher of the Year in 1988
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Powerful Ideas in the Classroom. Allen Conn and Kim Rose. This "how to" project book introduces Squeak to teachers. It includes 12 "Etoy" projects in a sequential curriculum that explore powerful ideas such as feedback, increase-by, acceleration and gravity. Also included are several off-computer activities to amplify the computer-based projects. Object Oriented Programming, Peter Coad & Jill Nicola. Probably the best Smalltalk book that doesn't have Smalltalk in the title. I think it does the best job of showing what building corporate systems is like in Smalltalk.
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This learning environment incorporates a typical setting of personal computer classrooms and enables learners to create their own project on their . B. J. Allen-conn, Kimberly M. Rose.
The Squeak eToy tile programming feature is adopted to make scripts for a project and a sharing mechanism of the project is built on the 3D peer-to-peer collaboration environment. Some project examples for this environment are also presented. The Allen Institute for AIProudly built by AI2 with the help of our.
The classroom is the centre of every student’s learning journey. This board of mindset moments is one example of this principle in action. By encouraging students to pin their learnings or shifted mindsets to the board, this provides a great opportunity for guided reflection. Even outside of the classroom this technique is well as a creative learning technique. Pictured above is the bulletin board from a TEDxSummit.
are highly connected to other ideas, personal and syntonic to the learner, and are. immediately useful for solving problems of personal importance. Furthermore, I argue. 2006, bringing digital fabrication and construction in the form of maker spaces and. fabrication labs to schools and into the classroom is a relatively new phenomenon. As. scholars, educators, and funders begin to explore the potential, and push for the inclu
Category: Education & Teaching
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: Viewpoints Research Institute, Inc. (August 18, 2003)
Pages: 87 pages