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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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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Masterclass: Coding and Physical Computing Across the Curriculum with the micro:bit Includes free micro:bit Go kit and Invent to Learn second edition! And lunch! San Francisco – December 12, 2019 Culver City/Los Angeles – December 13, 2019 Millions of the …

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San Francisco – December 12, 2019 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 a variety of programming environments, similar …

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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 a variety of programming environments, similar boards, and accessories. Not only is it …

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In Chapter Four of our new book, Invent to Learn – Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom, we discuss the importance of prompt setting as a basis for project-based learning. I argue that “a good prompt is worth 1,000 …

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The newly expanded and revised second edition of Invent to Learn will be published in Korea by HonReung Science Publishing Company, who published the Korean first edition. The first edition is available online. Stay tuned for an updated publishing date! …

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