This article presents the idea of teaching coding with svg, or at least some concepts of coding. The concepts you can use svg for are: The importance of a specific syntax How writing just text code can transform easily to something very visible Small changes in code can be significant for the result To express […]
There are a lot of ideas for classroom gamification on the Internet listing features you could add to your classroom game. Instead of listing a bunch of random ideas, I decided to take a more structured approach and classify games by the time scale, because short and long games need to be planned differently. Decide […]
It’s the million dollar question of teaching, how to help students process new content? This question is closely tied to the question how to present the new information in the first place. In this article, I’ve collected some basic teaching paradigms for helping students process new content. The best result will always be achieved with […]
What research has to say about students’ expectations; checklist teachers to improve if students are disliking them.
Tips how you can save time in your work as a teacher
Some time ago, I got this idea about “fastly and quickly” doing some printables for all the little flag enthusiastic out there. I thought that colors and symbols in flags will represent peace, prosperity and all furry and cute things. Little did I know. Stories behind flags were full of blood and tears. There are […]
First of all, this blog post represents my personal opinion and views of the future world. And from the future world’s point of view, there is one problem with coding in schools… The good intention It’s obvious that coding is coming to schools strongly in different countries around the globe and there is a reason […]