NeoPixels are tiny, programmable, color-changing, LEDs manufactured by AdaFruit. NeoPixels make cool additions to micro:bit projects since they require little power, can be addressed individually or in groups, and can change color. Although MakeCode makes programming the micro:bit easy, there is too little documentation about how to control the NeoPixels.

Girls’ School Leads Laptop Revolution (1993) Newspaper coverage of the birth of 1:1 computing Reflections of a Learning Community (1993) This book was published by Methodist Ladies’ College to share with educators interested in personal computing. A PDF version may …

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Conrad Wolfram, physicist, mathematician and technologist, is Strategic Director and European Co-Founder/CEO of Wolfram – the “math company” behind Mathematica, Wolfram Language and Wolfram|Alpha (which powers knowledge answers for Apple’s Siri) for over 30 years. Wolfram pioneers new approaches to …

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Recent articles related to education during these days of uncertainty This is Our Moment! Planning for the Best-Case Scenario Let COVID-19 Kill the Pencil Educational Zoom Activity #1 Time for Optimism What’s Your Hurry? Related resources Books every school leader …

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Hackensack, NJ – February 25, 2020 Minutes from the George Washington Bridge Millions of the BBC micro:bit are now in schools. Never before has so much power been accessible to children at such a low price. We will explore and use …

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Click here for Conrad Wolfram resources Computational Thinking modules from Wolfram U (mentioned in Ask Me Anything session) Getting Started with Wolfram Alpha and Wolfram Language Wolfram Alpha In Wolfram Alpha, click on to open the equation related to a …

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2020 Florida WorkshopsFeb 10, 2020 Fort Lauderdale, FLFeb 12, 2020 Jacksonville, FL Join colleagues for a one-day introduction to the latest coding and physical computing devices available for students. Focusing on the BBC micro:bit, we will explore and use a …

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