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Eduporium Experiment | micro:bit
by Anna Orientale
Searching for an affordable mini computer for your students to code? Look no further. The micro:bit measures 4cm by 5cm and is completely programmable. It has 25 LEDs that students can code to light...
Eduporium Weekly | CS Ed Week Is Not Complete Without Getting Girls Involved
by ANDY LARMAND
Computer Science Education Week is coming to a close tomorrow and we hope that everybody got to take part in some great Hour of Code experiences during this week! Coding is a skill that’s going...
What you Need for a Top-notch Hour of Code this Week.
by ANDY LARMAND
We don't care how. We just want to help teachers get kids coding. And what better time of the year to do so? We trust that everyone has been having a great CS Ed Week, but if you want to try some...
Eduporium Experiment | meeperBOT
by Anna Orientale
The meeperBOT is an affordable, programmable, and LEGO-compatible robot recommended for kids aged five and up that features a simple design but packs some great capabilities. Kids can drive, program...
Eduporium Weekly | 5 Programming Languages to Learn During CS Ed Week and Beyond
by ANDY LARMAND
Everywhere teachers turn these days, it seems somebody is telling them about the importance of teaching their students coding. We won’t lie, either -- a lot of the time, that’s us. It...
Eduporium Experiment | Puzzlets
by Anna Orientale
If you’re looking to incorporate hands-on play and inspire innovative thinking at an early age, you’re going to love Puzzlets! Puzzlets is a Bluetooth-enabled accessory for tablets or...