Texas STEM Conference Feb. 2, 2018
- Warmup – Binary Bracelets Networking
- Cover: Your name and write CODE in binary
- Page 2: WHY you came to this session.
- Page 3: WHAT take-away to you hope to learn.
- Page 4 & 5: Mondrian Art Plan
- Page 6 & 7: Line Dance Steps with arrows
- Back: Circle with Action Item
- Programming with graphics modules and video
- Mondrian Art
- Pro-Bot ART and Bee-Bot Line Dance– See Lessons in No Fear Code Book
- Digital Flower and CS in the Garden
- Circle Connections – Action Plan
- Home Challenge: Virtual and cut snowflakes, code.org/frozen puzzles
- Why Code – Why Art
- Why Coding in Arts
- WeTeachCS 2017 – Activities and Software
- Houston Art Partners – Hands-on Activities
- Code Math TEKS – See the Code.org Artist
SOFTWARE / APPS
- Turtle Art – http://turtleart.org/
- Logo – https://www.terrapinlogo.com/
- Code.org’s Artist – https://studio.code.org/
- Frozen – http://code.org/frozen
- Scratch – https://scratch.mit.edu/
- Pencil Code – http://pencilcode.net/
- WeScheme – http://www.wescheme.org/
- Processing – https://processing.org/
Internationally-known Danish artist and sculptor Jørgen Minor has long been fascinated with using Logo to create art. As he puts it, his work “demonstrates what happens when an artist meets a computer program.” A gallery exhibit entitled “Logo as an Art Machine” of images he created using Logo programs was held in January in Denmark.
Biosphere and Biosquare – demonstrates in a fine way how creativity and simplicity work together. The program is only a few lines long and can be explained to anybody in plain words. The slow motion growth of the Biosphere is surprisingly close to nature.
THE ART OF TEACHING IS THE ART OF REACHING
WHAT CAN YOU DEBUG? … in your teaching?