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This animate was adapted from a talk given at the RSA by Sir Ken Robinson, world-renowned education and creativity expert and recipient of the RSA's Benjamin Franklin award.

iPads for Education. This has become known as the iPad class," Corey Angst, assistant professor of management at the University of Notre Dame, told his students on their first day of class Aug. 24. "It's actually's 'Project Management.'"

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PyKids is a new way to bring the joys of programming and coding to the younger generation. Instead of being passive consumers of digital media, parents can now expose their children to an exciting new range of fun classes, teaching their children critical thinking skills and fun programming techniq...

What if your kid could easily create Mobile Apps on Android phones?

Well, we are here to tell you that he/she can!!! Introducing Android App Inventor classes... Woot!

PyKids added a new photo to the album: Android App Inventor Classes for Kids! — with Sean Lin and 2 others.

Let's get rocking with some App Inventor classes!

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Did you know that Sean Lin is helping PyKids create a fun and educational Android Mobile App creation course?

Course materials specifically designed for children from 9 to 16 years of age. Equip your kids with problem solving skills and coding fundamentals by creating simple Android mobile apps! Fan us today and get the latest news here when we get our first class organised!

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Why parents will love Google TV!!!

Google TV I'll admit it. On occasion, I park my kid in front of the TV. And once I have Google TV, I'll likely do it even more. Because here's the thing: Google TV's Chrome browser renders full Flash websites with ease. And that means my daughter can play her favorite PBS Kids games on a big scree...

via Bernard Chung Wei Leong, a very nice essay about the need to keep a hacker culture thriving in organisations!

PyKids added 2 new photos to the album: Random Robots!