Category Archives: Teaching Technology
I decided to turn my attention towards the usefulness of computational thinking around the home with my sock-sorting algorithm. Yes, you heard me right. Now, you can apply computational thinking to doing your laundry. But first, you might be wondering what I mean by computational thinking.
I want to give a shout out to all my workshop participants hanging out in Corvallis with me this week. Yo! In case you’re wondering, I’m back at OSU for the SuperQuest Summer Institute to present a workshop titled, Web Design From Soup to Nuts: Develop Your Own Word Press Site. The workshop starts on [...]
Hello all teachers, administrators et. al. who have attended my CS Unplugged workshop in Eugene. I’m presenting a taste of CS Unplugged at the OACTE Spring Conference in Eugene, OR. I only have 1 hour and 15 minutes to attempt to cover 3 topics.
whenever someone opens up their own process of designing a production site (especially one as nice as the site for the Da Vinci Days), I think I should link to that site.
Warning: setting Notepad++ theme to “Hello Kitty” may cause seizures.
Before I post all the files, I want to thank all who attended my workshop. We gathered quite the range of experience. I had so much fun, and I appreciated the input you gave. I hope you take more SuperQuest courses in the future. Here you go folks! Flash Files These are the source files [...]