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Added by Hisashi Hoshino on December 14, 2016 at 9:00pm — No Comments
The Japan Writing League, a free digital writing competition will take place from May 23rd until June 6th on nightzookeeper.com. A number of International Schools are signed up and ready to go and we are looking for more schools to take…Continue
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We all keep objects in the family to remind us of our ancestors and some amazing events. By investigating these family artifacts closely, we can unlock great stories hear stories about the interesting people and events in the past. In this workshop, we will share ways that your students can create their own History Harvest by interviewing people and unlocking the stories that are held in family artifacts while students learn important skills of the historian, researcher and publisher.
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Coding: The New Modern Language for Elementary Students
It is hard to read any educational news these days without coming across headlines that raise the hot topics of "Computational Thinking", "Coding" and "Programming".
In New York City teachers are being trained to code, in England all students will need to program in two languages by the age of eleven!
So, if you are confused by any of the terms above or consider programming as something…
Here are some of the apps I will be introducing at my workshop for iPads in the English Classroom.
iPad Apps for the English Classroom
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Added by Stephen Skelton on May 23, 2013 at 9:21am — No Comments
It’s time to do the final test. Open the Corona Simulator, browse to your project folder, and then click open. If everything works as expected, you are ready for the final step!
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 16, 2013 at 4:40pm — No Comments
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My new book HALO has been published.
100% of all profits are being donated to the charity WAR CHILD helping children whose lives are torn apart by war.
My book is about "stopping the war" and bringing peace to our world.
I will send you an AMAZON FREE GIFT if you email me at
Please download the…Continue
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 14, 2013 at 4:11pm — No Comments
In this tutorial series, I’ll be showing you how to create a Frogger Inspired game with the Corona SDK. You’ll learn about moving objects across the screen and detect when they are colliding using the physics engine. The objective of the game is to move the Frog on the stage to its containers without being hit by an obstacle. Read on!
Using pre made graphics we will code an entertaining game using…Continue
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 11, 2013 at 11:16pm — No Comments
Corona Game Edition has been really fun for the kids. Educational, enjoyable, they can make and break their favorite games. Most of the games in this teaser trailer have been tested and tweaked by the kids. Sometimes we build them from scratch, sometimes we take an existing game and pull it apart. Great for learning English, maths and science!
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 10, 2013 at 8:50am — No Comments
It's easy to program with Corona Game Engine - you can get started in only 5 lines
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 9, 2013 at 9:22am — No Comments
If you have got this far in the balloon game tutorial then well done. By this stage, the kids were getting tired and making mistakes in the coding so only 20% initially managed to get their balloons popping. After careful scrutiny we managed to get everyone playing successfully. So don't give up, you're almost there!
Why Won’t These Balloons Pop?!
So you’ve added the ability to pop the balloons, but what gives? The balloons…Continue
Added by Stephen Skelton on May 8, 2013 at 1:59pm — No Comments
Thank you to those of you that attended the workshop on using Socrative in your classroom. As mentioned in the workshop, Socrative has been making many changes and updates. The most recent update, which has been a huge help for those of us wanting to put images into our quizzes, is the ability to add images without having to use any html code. In order to have access to this feature, you will need to…Continue