I have just discovered this and am excited to implement it in my Science Enrichment Class. I can see that there is a great deal of information and I am not sure where to start.
I downloaded the Modules from code.org, but I am not sure where to find the "Materials Needed for This Module."
I have also seen the that there is curriculum with Project GUTS, but I cannot find a specific place to look and see what I need to do - step by step.
Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.
I will be working with my students this next year on how to solve realistic problems in the world. I am looking for a model that demonstrates the need for penguins to have interventions to stay out of the heat and protected from starving predators. Students will have to see the model and then create a solution to help the penguins.
I'm trying to create a game with a few balls. At the beginning are created 3 balls with ID 1,2,3 and after it a lot of players.
The first time everything is O'K but then every new program call spawns agents with new numbers. As if the old ID numbers are stored in the system. Is it possible to delete agents and history with their ID ?
Several teachers requested a 2nd (or even 3rd) introductory module they could use with students in pairing with their content module.
In Virginia, Alana and her team have done Module 1 and a content module in 7th grade, and then Molly continues with them in 8th grade. They want more modules and additional intro ones to get the students re-familiarized with the concepts, CAS, computational thinking, and StarLogo Nova without having to repeat Module 1.
Create an exit slip-style formative assessment for the lesson of your choice. Make sure to include:
- The Module and Lesson number
- What the lesson covers
- The question(s) for your exit slip
- Your name
Choose one of the content-area modules (Module 2, 3, or 4) and brainstorm potential student modifications for the base model based on difficulty/time. Please include:
- Your Name
- Module Chosen
- A modification that students could do for their models to extend them and whether the modification is:
- An easy modification that could be done quickly
- A medium-difficulty modification
- A challenging modification
- Any other ideas you have for extending or modifying the model
See the forum for an example.
I would like to have students code a system that represents how body systems use feedback loops to maintain homeostasis/how disease represents a flaw in these loops. I am a Living Environment teacher but have very basic programming skills. Would anyone be interested in helping me develop this? Thank you!