Aaron Titus on Computational Modeling in the Physics Classroom

Dr. Aaron Titus is Associate Professor of Physics and Chair at High Point University. He has been using and creating technology to teach Physics since the late 90s. I’ve been fortunate to know Aaron for many of those years, originally through our mutual work on WebAssign and now with Trinket and GlowScript. In this interview, […]

Youngseok Lee teaches Python for data and network analysis

Youngseok Lee is a Professor in the Department of Computer Engineering at Chungnam National University in Korea. He teaches Python for data and network and analysis to college freshmen and recently translated one of our Hour of Python lessons into Korean! We had the opportunity to learn a little more about Youngseok in the interview […]

Single Sign On with Google, Edmodo, Clever

Signing on to all your favorite edtech tools and platforms can be a pain. It’s a known problem but one that we often have to endure in both classrooms and workplaces alike. At Trinket we know this issue first-hand and have been quietly adding different ways for teachers and students to login and access their […]

Using Images in Turtle programs

Today we’re excited to announce that you can customize your Python trinkets even further by using images in turtle programs! You can upload your own images and use them as the background of your scene or as a replacement for the shape of the turtle. Let’s jump right in and see an example:

Building a Smarter Python Editor

Teachers and students from all over the world are using our Python trinket to write code in their CS, Math and Science classes. As we’ve visited classrooms using Trinket, we’ve heard requests for an even smarter python editor that helps students learn as they code. There are plenty of tutorials out there, but Trinket students and teachers want […]