Code Next connects computer science to students’ everyday lives through projects like designing and programming a robot or 3D printing an Android chess set.
Introducing a new activity in Science Journal called Light Instruments: an activity that enables you to design and build a musical instrument played by changing the light that reaches it. The ability to turn graphs into sound was actually originally a feature we designed for accessibility.
Over the next few months we’ll share a series of teacher stories, building towards a global online gathering of educators in December. Join the movement by sharing what teachers mean to you with #ItTakesATeacher.
Google and HBN have announced the expansion of Portico, a healthy building materials tool, with the addition of four industry leading organizations who have adopted Portico as a critical tool to support their mission and commitment for creating a healthy built environment.
The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIG) was founded five years ago with the goal of analyzing and understand the dynamic relationship between the Internet and our society.