Coffee & Conversation: Creativity and Ideation Anywhere You Learn
Workshop: Brilliant Content Creation
Coffee & Conversation: Permission to Play
Café et Conversation: Festival des Idées
Today is the perfect day to get outside and capture a moment in time! Join eight-year-old Hunter, from Nova Scotia, as he shares how you can make your very own time capsule. All you need is a waterproof container (Glass jars don’t work well outside.If you’re hiding it in your home, any container will do!) things that you love and will remind you of these moments in time. For example: write a letter, store receipts, photographs, articles, or anything else you think will help future generations understand what life was like for a kid in 2020. After you finish your time capsule project why not create a Scratch game to mark your steps and create a map to find your capsule in the future!
Toy Take Apart + TinkerCAD Circuits
For today's Digital Skill, we will explore the benefits of using a virtual prototyping space (TinkerCAD Circuits) for complex circuits like the one found inside the child's telephone toy in this intro. Following this overview of why this toy telephone is being deconstructed, head over to this LINK HERE so my colleague John can take you through how to get started with TinkerCAD Circuits.
Eco Footprint Scratch Game Part 2
In this video we learn how to code variables and take our first steps using the sprite and backgrounds built in Part 1 of this series. You will create multiple variables that will build your Eco Footprint. This is part 2 of a 5 part video series.
Eco Footprint Scratch Game Part 5
In this video we will be finishing our eco footprint game we started in part 1. We will create a scene and questions about our eco footprint getting to school. By the end of the video you will have added the end backdrop and tested your new Scratch game. This is part 5 of a 5 part video series.
Machine Learning with mBlock
Computers have the ability to process information much faster than humans. What if they could be taught to learn like we can? Today’s video is all about creating models that can help our code to learn about different hand signals that represent peace.
We will be using the mBlock website to create our code: https://www.mblock.cc
We will be teaching our code using a technique called “supervised learning”, but there are other types of machine learning. To learn more about this interesting subject you can watch this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1wlC...
Eco Footprint Scratch Game Part 4
In this video we be creating a new room and additional questions for the Eco Footprint Scratch game, started in Part 1 of this video series. This video concerns ecological footprint questions in the kitchen. By the end of the video you will have completed additional if statements and decision trees for the kitchen portion of the game. This is part 4 of a 5 part video series.
Welcome to an exploration of algorithmic art. In this Digital Skill, students will use Scratch to create an abstract piece of art that is created by code. We call this algorithmic art since your art piece will be created by an algorithm - or a set of rules. For instance can you create a Circle Packing algorithm in Scratch such that a series of circles randomly appear but never touch or overlap?
Students will want to check out our Circle Packing sample here - feel free to remix it and make it your own.
Here is an introduction to Scratch coding with Wylie Butler.
Créer un prototype 3D de l'invention/solution de débris spatiaux créé dans le cadre du #FunCréatif de ce matin.esoin d'une leçon rapide sur le Tinkercad?
Voir l'impression ici: https://youtu.be/SDxZb-iP_Fk
Regardez notre vidéo sur les compétences numériques Tinkercad https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWiIO...
Musical Sonic Pi
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to create your own unique piece of music? What emotions or themes will your music send to others?
In today's digital skill, we will create a piece of music with new and different sounds in whatever style you choose. Many different effects can be used and the choices of sounds, sequences, amplitudes and variances will create a unique piece that you can share with friends and family.
This digital skill meets the requirements of the Brilliant Labs Multi media badge.