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Hacker Scouts are essentially loosely-knit organizations aiming to gamify the learning of important tech and maker skills.
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Ever tried out a video game that's left you a bit underwhelmed? What if you could make your own educational video games?
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Are you looking for an innovative way to encourage creative thinking, innovative ideas, and gamification in the classroom? Well then there's a kid-friendly and parent-approved site called DIY.org that you should know about.
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If you want your students to tinker with the inner workings of computers, smartphones, and other electronics, you've probably heard of the Raspberry Pi. It's a complex board designed to help you understand how electronics work. A truly great way for students and teachers alike to better understand how their favorite gadgets function.
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I was going to call this post 'Tinkering Teachers' but that sounded a bit silly. But it's accurate. This weekend, hundreds of teachers, educators, and administrators will be gathering in San Mateo, CA for Maker Faire, the annual gathering of all things Do-It-Yourself (DIY).
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There are hundreds of iPad covers out there. Some are fantastic and some are 'meh' but what do they all have in common? They cost money. If you're a teacher or student, worry no more.