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Star Wars - Coding Unplugged

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One thing you may have noticed about Star Wars is Luke Skywalker just didn't text Obi-wan and ask him "there some droids here" -  or that Han Solo doesn't watch Netflix on his tablet while spinning through space on the Millennium Falcon.  In honor of Star Wars Day, todays exciting Webinar will be all the amazing things you can do without using a computer or tablet and learn how to code.  If you want to be like Rey and defend the galaxy from evil without the need of a computer, cell phone, and tablet - then this webinar is for you.  

One thing you may have noticed about Star Wars is Luke Skywalker just didn't text Obi-wan and ask him "there some droids here" -  or that Han Solo doesn't watch Netflix on his tablet while spinning through space on the Millennium Falcon.  In honor of Star Wars Day, todays exciting Webinar will be all the amazing things you can do without using a computer or tablet and learn how to code.  If you want to be like Rey and defend the galaxy from evil without the need of a computer, cell phone, and tablet - then this webinar is for you.  

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  1. 1. Brian Pichman Evolve Project Star Wars Coding Unplugged
  2. 2. Todays Topic One thing you may have noticed about Star Wars is Luke Skywalker just didn't text Obi-wan and ask him "there some droids here" - or that Han Solo doesn't watch Netflix on his tablet while spinning through space on the Millennium Falcon. In honor of Star Wars Day, todays exciting Webinar will be all the amazing things you can do without using a computer or tablet and learn how to code. If you want to be like Rey and defend the galaxy from evil without the need of a computer, cell phone, and tablet - then this webinar is for you.
  3. 3. Why Is Coding Important • Skills • Troubleshooting • Patience • Reading / Writing • Story Telling • Tech Innovations nowadays is fueled by how we code the sensors/IoT to talk to one another.
  4. 4. So what is coding? • Coding is involved in almost every aspect of our lives. From posting on Facebook, to your smart phones, to games, to websites, to this very webinar. • Coding makes things happen, and they are simply instructions to make the “magic” happen. Think of coding for computer programs as writing down the steps needed to do something. • Computers are inherently dumb
  5. 5. Coding is Made Up of Three Things • Process • A series of actions/steps to achieve a result (do THIS to get THAT) • Procedure • A series of actions performed in a specific order. (Follow these STEPS to get THAT) • Algorithms • An ordered set of steps to solve a problem (not always a mathematical problem)
  6. 6. Determining Your “Side” • Formerly: Run-time performance • At one point, a well performing computer was costly, so lightweight languages had to be used, concise commands, and less “flashy” design • Now: Life cycle (human) cost is more important • Ease of use for both user and programmer • Cost of maintenance (debugging, updates, etc)
  7. 7. Source: https://www.udemy.com/
  8. 8. Source: https://www.udemy.com/
  9. 9. Source: https://www.udemy.com/
  10. 10. Source: https://www.udemy.com/
  11. 11. What could you “code” for 23 Coding Platforms With coding websites and web apps; there are front end (what users see) and back end (what admins see) that have to be considered Websites and Web Apps Web Based You may not realize it, but the servers and databases that run the things you use every day also has a level of coding involved Infrastructure Databases / Servers As more new technology for self-driving cars and digital assistants grows, there will be a need for these kinds of engineers The Hottest Trend Machine Learning / AI Often referred to as “thick” clients, applications that can be installed are coded – and each different operating systems requires different code Software Applications
  12. 12. What could you “code” for 24 Coding Platforms Video Gaming Video games is much more than great graphics, every character interaction, move, and story has to be coded Make Games Work Apps that run on mobile devices need specialized coders as well! There’s an app for that Mobile Apps
  13. 13. Introducing Tech Free Coding
  14. 14. Coding Without A Computer Seems Silly • So Why Do It? • Teaches basic order of operations • Decision making abilities are learned
  15. 15. Awesome Tablet / iPad Free Educational Tech
  16. 16. littleBits
  17. 17. BeeBot https://www.terrapinlogo.com/bee-bot-family.html
  18. 18. BlueBot https://www.terrapinlogo.com/blue-bot-family.html https://www.terrapinlogo.com/tactile-reader.html
  19. 19. Cubetto https://www.primotoys.com/
  20. 20. Kubo https://kubo.education/hands-on
  21. 21. Ozobot https://shop.ozobot.com/products/evo-educator-entry-kit
  22. 22. Tonies https://us.tonies.com/
  23. 23. Thinkfun – Robot Turtles and Code Master
  24. 24. Hello Ruby: Adventures in Coding
  25. 25. …and one awesome tech that needs a tablet
  26. 26. Kano Star Wars Kit
  27. 27. Other Resources to give you a helping hand
  28. 28. Evolve Project | Brian Pichman 8 To Get You Started Resources Codecademy is an online interactive platform that offers free coding classes in 12 different programming languages including Python, Java, JavaScript, Ruby, SQL, and Sass, as well as markup languages HTML and CSS The Open Education Consortium (OEC) is a non-profit, global, members-based network of open education institutions and organizations. OEC represents its members and provides advocacy and leadership around advancement of open education globally.
  29. 29. Evolve Project | Brian Pichman 9 To Get You Started Resources Coursera is an online learning platform founded by Stanford professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller that offers *free* courses, specializations, and degrees. Code Avengers is an online education company based out of Hamilton, NZ and founded in 2012 by Dr Michael Walmsley (PhD computer-assisted learning). It is subscription based and is made to make coding fun and engaging.
  30. 30. Evolve Project | Brian Pichman 10 To Get You Started Resources CoderDojo is a global volunteer-led community of free programming workshops for young people between 7 and 17. The movement is a grassroots organization with individual clubs acting independently. Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2008 by Salman Khan with the goal of creating a set of online tools that help educate students. The organization produces short lessons in the form of YouTube videos. Its website also includes supplementary practice exercises and materials for educators
  31. 31. Unplugged Coding for Kids Activity in English/ELA and Art Classes: A Cross-Curricular Coding Adventure • https://www.codemonkey.com/blog/unplugged-coding-for-kids-activity-in-english-ela-and-art-classes-a- cross-curricular-coding-adventure/
  32. 32. Questions • Email: bpichman@evolveproject.org

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  • Can help teach troubleshooting in a more meaningful way
    Make a “computer” do what you want it to do
    Job market opportunities
    Build something useful and start a business
    Most of todays technological advancements are through the use of code
    Automation of repetitive tasks or procedures
  • Natural Language – Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • 89.95
    Bee-Bot is an exciting robot designed specifically for use by young children. This colorful, easy-to-operate, and friendly little robot is a perfect tool for teaching sequencing, estimation, problem-solving, and just having fun!
    The new See & Say option gives Bee-Bot a voice and perception! Record each of the arrow keys to play back when entering a program or when Bee-Bot is following one.  Bee-Bot See & Say can also detect and respond with either a beep or a pre-recorded message when encountering another See & Say Bee-Bot or Blue-Bot.
  • $129.95

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    Cubetto is a smiling wooden robot built to teach the basic ideas of coding to children as young as 3 years old. Perfect for preschool classrooms, this engaging tool will help students understand the very basics of programming by supplying the movements and direction of the robot! With a simple, building block-like interface and basic controls, Cubetto is incredibly accessible for young kids, even those who have not yet learned to read.
    Its included storybook, world map, and colorful blocks inspire children’s imaginations, sowing the seeds of creativity and problem solving through play. By sticking to the basic ideas of programming, Cubetto keeps young kids interested, engaged, and challenged without confusing them or making them overwhelmed. Cubetto is the perfect tool for mixing meaningful learning and play through inspiring adventures to create a screenless, friendly, and all-encompassing introduction to coding. 
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    This KUBO Coding Starter Set is the ideal starting point for introducing coding and computational thinking to students from four years. Teach functions, subroutines and loops in simple, logical steps. KUBO comes with comprehensive lesson plans and teacher guides to make it easy for teachers to deliver cross-curricular challenges in a hands-on, playful way.
    Included in the set:
    1x ACTIVITY MAP: Use with assignments from KUBO’s Coding License. Size: 48 x 48 cm
    1x KUBO ROBOT: Can be used on a standard classroom table
    1x MICRO USB CABLE: Charge your robot
    KUBO CODING TAGTILES: 46 TagTiles; 14 Go Forward x1, 6 Go Left, 6 Go Right, 4 blue and 4 red Record and Play Function Tiles, 2 Loop tiles and Parameter Tiles numbered 1 to 10.

  • $ 175.00
    The Evo Entry Kit prepares educators and parents to bring coding and creativity to the home and classroom, no coding experience required. Code Ozobot Evo two ways: online with Ozobot Blockly and screen-free with Color Code markers. Ozobot Blockly has five skill levels from beginner to master coding. Color Codes teach basic CS skills, critical thinking, and debugging. Includes: 1 Evo robot, Get Started activities, 1 charging cable, 4 Color Code markers, 1 zip case, & access to over 500 free lessons covering STEAM, CS, and core subjects.
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    Develops critical skills – Gameplay provides a stealth learning experience, where players learn key programming princples in a fun, easy to learn way. Inspired by the Logo programming language, Robot Turtles lets kids ages 4 and up write programs with playing cards.
    What you get - Robot Turtles is one of ThinkFun's best games for kids ages 4 and up. It was designed by programming expert Dan Shapiro and was the most-backed board game in Kickstarter history when first released. For 2-5 players, includes What you get cardboard and cardstock components.
    Clear instructions – Easy to learn with a clear, high quality instruction manual. You can start playing immediately!
    Parents and children play together - Robot Turtles was designed for parents and children to have a fun play experience together, which makes this preschool game a great gift for either parents or boys and girls ages 4 and up.

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