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    • Gerald Ardito

      Week 14

      We have been hard at work all semester and now it's time to finish up whatever remains, gather our best work together, and reflect on what we have learned and what we are now thinking about teaching computer science in schools. 1. Finish up. Be sure to finish up all of your work for ...

      Tags: cs for teachers, spring 2016, student work, #cs4tbyebye

      • Jake Rapoport

        Jake Final Reflection

        . The first piece I thought about when starting this final reflection was my first reading response way back in the beginning.   http://pacecommons.org/blog/view/666/manovich-chapter-1-response   Before this class, my only experience in programming/coding was changing nam...

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        • Danielle Scally

          Danielle Scally-Final Blog Post :(

          This was definitely the most hands on and interesting course I have taken at Pace.  I am taking my final two courses this summer and I wish it was computer science related with Dr. Ardito.  The readings we did were directly linked to our practice with different programs and ideas that c...

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          • Kesiah Mathew

            Final Reflection

            Reflecting back on this course, I realized that there are many tools I could utilize in my classroom. My favorite part of this course was being introduced to the Etoys and getting to work with it. I learned that there are many free programming tools I could work with and introduce to my students....

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            • Dante Plush

              Final Reflection

              This has probably been the highlight of the Ed Tech program for me simply because I enjoy learning by doing instead of reading and responding. This course taught me by exposing me to programs and concepts ranging from HTML coding to robot programming to etoys and encouraging (and requiring) me to...

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              • Gerald Ardito

                Final Reflection

                We have been hard at work all semester and now it's time to finish up whatever remains, gather our best work together, and reflect on what we have learned and what we are now thinking about teaching computer science in schools. 1. Finish up. Be sure to finish up all of your work for ...

                Tags: #cs4tbyebye

                • Johnny Chapeton

                  Final Reflection

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                  • Johnny Chapeton

                    Final Reflection

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                    • Johnny Chapeton

                      Final Reflection

                      I believe that my best work from this course was the dealer's choice challenge while working with the mBot. I think that I did a pretty good job incorporating both content and coding to really enhance the lesson and engage students. I like what Mei commented in particular by mentioning that i...

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                      • Johnny Chapeton

                        Final Reflection

                        I believe that my best work from this course was the dealer's choice challenge while working with the mBot. I think that I did a pretty good job incorporating both content and coding to really enhance the lesson and engage students. I like what Mei commented in particular by mentioning that i...

                        Tags: #cs4tbyebye