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Practice, more practice in elementary math

As a professional math teacher, I can not emphasize enough the importance of persistent practice. The thing is, when you repeat something numerous times, it eventually becomes an automated skill. When we have an automated skill, we don’t have to think about it. Sounds simple, right?  People have a limited working memory. If it becomes […]

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What’s new in Scratch 2019?

I was suprised when I opened Scratch recently because the whole look had changed. It turned out that new version was released on January 2, 2019. It’s called Scratch 3.0. The new look itself doesn’t affect much on functionality, but there are some completely new features. First of all, I’d like to notify plugins. Plugins […]