Tags Coding & Gaming
GitHub launches 'Classroom Assistant' to streamline code grading
By popular demand, the tool allows teachers to batch download hundreds of code repositories with a single click.
South Carolina launches its first free statewide coding platform
The project, SC Codes, will offer beginner-to-advanced curriculum in coding for K-12 students and professionals considering a career change.
Blockchain is now a senior capstone course in North Carolina community colleges
The new course uses IBM's already freely available zero-to-blockchain curriculum, but will be taught by Wake Tech professors.
Microsoft to invest $1.5 millions in Computer Science Teachers Association
The investment will act as "seed money" for the K-12 association and will be distributed over three years, Microsoft officials said.
Ohio State, Apple expand initiative to create first 'Digital Flagship University'
This fall, Apple will deploy iPads to all 10,700 first-year students. It follows a small but successful pilot this year that involved about 130 students.
TenMarks to shut down operations after 2018-19 school year
Teachers expressed dismay after the Amazon Education company announced plans to "wind down" its personalized math and writing solutions.
Apple unveils new iPad for education, but price point barely budges
During a much-anticipated event in Chicago, the tech giant revealed a tablet that supports Apple Pencil, teacher apps and 200GB of free storage.
New partnership seeks to tap into students' potential using VR
Oculus, Digital Promise and a United Nations campaign have partnered on a program to empower students through immersive technologies.
Discovery Education's Bill Goodwyn on giving educators 'not just what they want, but what they need'
During the CoSN annual conference, Goodwyn talked with EdScoop about how new ownership will change the company and help it grow.