Category Archives: Teaching Strategies

iPads and TechnoKids Projects

With so many different devices being used to teach technology skills, we are often asked whether iPads and TechnoKids resources are a good fit. The simple answer is Yes! But… there are cautions and qualifications. Here are a few common questions. Which TechnoKids projects can I use on an iPad? TechnoKids has over 25 projects […]

Distance Learning Hints for Success

The challenge of teaching in a digital classroom is unquestionable. This is especially true for most educators who suddenly had to adjust with very little preparation. Distance learning, in various forms, is here to stay. But here are a few tips for making that change easier yet still maintaining the quality of learning. Keep it […]

How to Engage Students in Remote Learning

Teaching is a wonderful yet demanding task when students are physically present in a classroom. But it’s a whole other level of challenge when they’re learning from home. Online learning or virtual instruction has been available since the beginning of the Internet. This model has primarily been used by colleges, universities, and corporations. However, in […]

Teach Debugging to Beginners to Build Confidence

It is important to teach debugging to beginners right away. Debugging is when a programmer finds “bugs” or errors in their code and fixes them to improve the program. This is an essential programming skill. So much so, that it should be taught at the beginning of a coding unit. Where Were the Debugging Strategies […]