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STEAM refers to science, technology, engineering, the arts, and mathematics. STEAM education encourages students to explore and solve real-life problems, thus enhancing their logical thinking, creativity, teamwork skills, and more. Uncover all you need to know about STEAM education, with analysis from case studies, stories by STEAM teachers worldwide.

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mBlock translators recruitment

Translators recruitment As of today, mBlock has reached over 10 million educators, learners, and educators, and used in over 140 countries, more than 20000 schools. With the great support from voluntary translators worldwide, mBlock products have been translated into 34 language versions, and are well received by users across the world. However, there are still some languages that are not available yet. Therefore, we would be very appreciated if you can help us localize mBlock so…

Scratch Blocks

Scratch Blocks Scratch Blocks were developed by the Scratch team in collaboration with Google. The Scratch team has provided a graphical programming block library for building creative computer interfaces. Kids Programming Language In addition to supporting Scratch itself, the goal and approach of the Scratch team to promoting coding and learning is the same. Scratch Blocks are designed using the Scratch team’s deep experience in designing creative and intuitive interfaces for young learners, and Scratch Block’s…

What Is The Difference Between Scratch 3.0 and Scratch 2.0?

What Is The Difference Between Scratch 3.0 and Scratch 2.0? Scratch is one of the most widely used coding tools in schools all over the world. At present, many beginners are using Scratch 2.0 to learn programming. Now Scratch 3.0 is in its beta version and will officially replace Scratch 2.0 in January 2, 2019. Many people may be feeling confused about the exact differences between Scratch 3.0 and Scratch 2.0. So let’s introduce the new…

Three Important Reasons Why Kids Should Start STEM Education At an Early Age

Three Important Reasons Why Kids Should Start STEM Education At an Early Age STEM education, which is a term initiated by the National Science Foundation, focuses on one or more of the four disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and math. With technical and scientific skills becoming more important in industry, encouraging kids to learn STEM with kids programming language early is the key for most parents. There are three crucial pieces of evidence that show why…

Education Resources Terms of Use

Education Resources Terms of Use On Makeblock Education Website, the educational resources with in the text means these teaching resources have been released under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You are free to: Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material for any purpose, even commercially. Under the following terms: Attribution — You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes…

Why you’ll love it: The Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit is equal parts physical building and basic coding, so young makers gain a breadth of experience.

  Before you code any of the projects you’ve built using the Makeblock Neuron Explorer Kit, you have to, y’know, build them. This involves everything from the complex folding of cardboard to make the frame, keys, and hammers of a piano to assembling a rover’s wheels complete with rubber treading to building a guitar in which color-coded alligator clips stand in for strings and for which your own body will become an electrical conductor. The construction phase…

How to Master One of the Most Important Skills for a Future Job

Since Python is the most in-demand coding language, those willing to train and develop their Python programming skills will be more likely to find amazing employment opportunities. For children, it is always beneficial to learn Python to prepare for a prosperous future. With mBlock, the learning process can be exciting and cool. mBlock 5 is specially designed to support STEAM education. By supporting block-based and text-based programming, the software allows users to freely create games and animations….

Why Building Makerspaces on Campus Is Important

The Georgia Institute of Technology owns the largest electronics-oriented student makerspace in U.S. As the president of The Hive, Randy Deng, said, any student who comes up with an idea will be able to leave with a prototype they built. GIT’s makerspace helps students test their ideas and move forward with their innovations. What makerspaces can offer? These makerspaces help student learn and practice their coding skill. Coding, as one of the essential skills for our…