The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see.
Also In The August 2015 Issue
This computer science problem is both interesting and fun to recreate in a classroom or group.
In his classroom, he and his students learn together as a community.
These fifth grade students use their genius hours and Trello software to answer tough questions.
Visual storytelling apps are a great way for kids to document and explore their lives.
Raspberry Pi, Arduino, BeagleBone, Micro Bit, Edison, CHIP, and other handheld computers trace their history to board computers used by engineers.
Random Hacks of Kindness, Jr. helps schools and groups host one day hacking events for kids to work with local non-profit groups.
Resources based on teacher recommendations and other sources.
The new Sphero SPRK Edition makes it even easier for teachers, parents, and kids to learn math, robotics, and programming.
Facts, programs, and groups can help girls succeed at STEM careers.
She was in her 30s when she led the team that developed mission critical software used guide the Apollo moon landings.
Learn about and explore the code used to guide Apollo missions.
Flexibility is the most interesting quality of the Nim programming language.
A video concept, frames per second, also applies to computer screens
CRUD is a powerful concept used everywhere in software programming that uses a database.
Links from the bottom of all the August 2015 articles, collected in one place for you to print, share, or bookmark.
Interesting stories about computer science, software programming, and technology for August 2015.
Some thoughts on starting the third year of publishing this magazine and what's new this month.