This year we decided to do something else and give a full day workshop titled Gentle Introduction to Coding and 3D Modeling for Beginners.
NCLab is delighted to share some great 3D models from McKinney High School in Texas. Computer Science teacher Theresa Horvath writes: “After attending the NCLab workshop at the 2016 CSTA Annual Conference last year, I returned to school with a goal of having students use the NCLab programs before the end of the school year.
Anyone who has completed the Karel course will tell you that it takes perseverance to go all the way to the end. Matthew Manwill, a 7th grade student at Pau Wa Lu Middle School in Gardnerville, Nevada, recently earned the highest course honor: a Black Belt of Second Degree.
We are excited to share the sixth issue of Full STEAM Ahead with lead articles by Georgia White (Director of Career and Technical Education (CTE), Western Nevada College, Carson City) and Sarah Gobbs-Hill (Education & Exhibits Director at the Terry Lee Wells Nevada Discovery Museum, Reno).
Digital classrooms, 1:1, student-centered learning, a rich array of apps, extensions, and tools, and of course, NCLab … it’s time to reflect on Year One of Nevada Ready 21.
Confronting challenges and discovering limitations of the Lego sets is proving to be an invaluable learning experience for the students.