This article is an abridged transcript of a segment of ‘We Make the Future’ featuring Nicholas Provenzano. Listen to the whole episode here. Nicholas Provenzano has been in education for the past 16 years. He’s a Google Certified Educator, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, a TEDEd Innovative Educator, and was recognised as an Emerging Leader by ASCD. He has […]
Hello November, hello weekend! Is it just us or does it seem like October has gone in the blink of an eye?
Avye is not your average 11-year-old. Her love for coding and making was sparked when she was only seven, and since then she’s not looked back. She spends most of her weekends attending a code group and even runs her own workshops to teach people coding and robotics.
The weekend is just around the corner so here’s our weekly best of the web round-up of articles posts, and content that’s given us food for thought.
‘Tis the season for spooky projects! With the half term break here and Halloween less than a week away, why don’t you roll up your sleeves and get hands-on with some wicked maker projects?
How quickly this week seems to have gone! Didn’t have time to read the news? Fear not – here’s our weekly best of the web reading list, full of education and maker news for you to enjoy. Happy reading!
Student Michael Tennant recently returned to Zimbabwe, a country he last saw when he was two years old, to help teach computer science. Here, in his own words, is what he got up to.
A few decades ago, students conducting space-based science projects sounded like something from the realms of science fiction. But with the falling cost, not to mention size, of hardware, it’s now much more possible.
Back in 2009, technologist Suw Charman-Anderson realised that women were underrepresented on stage at tech events. This problem, she thought, wasn’t caused by a lack of women in tech, but their visibility.
So long September, you were a blast. To bring the month of mist and mellow fruitfulness to a close, here’s this week’s ‘best of the web’ round-up of articles, posts and content that’s given us food for thought.