One of the core things we do as teachers is show interesting things to students, inciting curiosity and motivating learning. Teaching code is no different, yet showing code to students can be needlessly difficult. Here are four tips for showing your students code we’ve learned from observing teachers in the classroom. 1. Be clear about *which* code you’re […]
Paul Kostak is a middle school science teacher at Canterbury School in Greensboro, North Carolina who began his career in environmental and geophysical consulting. He’s doing an amazing job of teaching a range of ages and subjects with code, and I’m very excited he agreed to share some of his thoughts with us. We recently got […]
Last week I had the privilege of guest teaching at North Star Academy‘s day of enrichment. Principal Leslie Crane explained that this is one of three all-day events where students in the school self-select based on interest, mixing ages in the process. The section I had the opportunity to work with was a mix of […]
We’re excited to announce our new Block Trinkets, which link Scratch-like drag-and-drop blocks with the power of the Python programming language! At Trinket our mission is to help every teacher bring code to their students. Our Original Python trinkets are helping thousands do just that around the world. But recently we’ve heard from more and […]
13 year old Shakeena is an exceptional person. A founding youth manager in Makeosity, Inc. created by Karen P. Kaun , she’s building robots, designing products in 3-D, and learning to Code using Trinket. But one of the most exceptional things about her is her willingness to teach others.