Create an interactive stadium project for the classroom
Get into the sporty spirit by making your very own interactive stadium project for the classroom, complete with sound effects, a sprinting event, and an electronic scoreboard? We can show you how! All you need is a little bit of cardboard, some strips of alfoil,…
New to sprites in Scratch?
What are sprites? What do I do with them? How do I make them? If you’re new to using sprites in Scratch, then come join us for a little bit of a crash course!
Is coding only for geeks, gamers or geniuses?
Is coding only for people who like maths, logic, and analytical thinking? For geeks, gamers or geniuses? Or is coding a means to create for the arts, human-centred design, empathy, storytelling, human connection, building imaginary worlds, characters and adventures, social impact and creative expression.
Transforming my son’s screen time one coding class at a time!
Managing my son’s screen time and online gaming has (so far) been my biggest everyday parenting challenge. I’ve set time limits. I’ve ensured he does other activities before screen is allowed. And I’ve ‘Mum-splained’ many times that the TV and iPad do not count as a ‘screen break’ from his computer. He also does a number of sports. I have every strategy going, and yet screen time still feels like an ongoing negotiation, requiring energy I don’t have. He is nearly ten and he is exceptionally persistent when it comes to computers.