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Are you interested in going beyond playing your Nintendo Switch to design your own game? FUZE4 Nintendo Switch is a coding application for Nintendo Switch. It has been designed and developed by a team of experienced gamers, programmers, artists and educators. The end result is a language ideally suited to coding games and apps for absolute beginners and seasoned programmers alike.
The IT Leadership Forum Technology Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship awarded to Iowa high school seniors who have been involved in technology classes or clubs and plan to pursue a technology-related degree at an Iowa college, university or community college. Multiple scholarships of $1,000 each will be awarded to the class of 2020.
Through a rigorous review process, the STEM Council selected thirteen programs to be offered on the 2020-21 STEM Scale-Up Program menu to provide high-quality STEM education offerings to schools, afterschool programs and other settings for grades pre-K through 12.
Cedar Valley Makers, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) with the mission to promote collaborative learning, creative design and manufacturing for people of all ages and skill levels. They provide education by giving access to tools, machines and training inside their makerspace and by promoting and planning educational events that can forward scientific thinking, learning and entrepreneurial spirit for all members of their community.
The Carnegie-Stout Public Library Maker Space in Dubuque, IA brings people together to share their skills, ideas, work on projects, and enrich their lives, and is open during all hours that the library is open. Some of the STEM technology available for use include 3D Printers and MakerBot 3D Scanners, Raspberry Pi, Adobe Creative Cloud software, TinkerCAD software, Snap Circuits and littleBits, Ozobots, Squishy Circuits, and more!
Activities and information about how to create checkout kits designed to support the development of literacy and STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) experiences for K-3 children and their families.
This class can help attendees gain an understanding of the Windows desktop and file and folder management. Topics may include: the Windows layout, copying/moving/managing files, using applications, transferring data, using Windows accessories, finding/deleting files/folders, viewing/printing files, creating/managing folders, customizing the desktop and adding shortcuts.
Your students can use Scratch to code their own interactive stories, animations, and games. In the process, they learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for everyone in today’s society.