Part of our #ItTakesATeacher series, Maria Vitória – a 2016 Google Science Fair finalist who is a high school student from Londrina, Brazil – shares a letter she wrote to her teacher, Mr. Fabio Bruschi, who was awarded with the 2016 Google Science Fair Inspiring Educator Award.
It’s been one year since we launched the open source Accelerated Mobile Pages Project (AMP), our initiative to improve content-loading speed to benefit users, businesses, publishers, websites and the mobile web as a whole.
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.