A story from the Yakama people told by Roger Fernandes A resource from the Since Time Immemorial curriculum Watch Roger Fernandes' introduction
Photos from Tech Tales workshops with Highline Native Education Program
Proyectos Scratch en español https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/498252/ Este estudio está hecho para agregar proyectos en español de calidad, incluyendo juegos y otros contenidos en nuestra lengua, y que todos los que lo curen puedan hablar en los comentarios del estudio.
Reading to children has education benefits, of course—but so does sharing tales from the past. The Atlantic, Elaine Reese Dec. 9, 2013 A study published in Science even shows that reading literary fiction improves adults’ ability to understand other people’s emotions. Read the full story
Learn more about computer science and practice computer programming online. Scratch Create stories, games, and animations. Share with others around the world. Practice block-language programming to make your own video games and animated stories. https://scratch.mit.edu Proyectos en español: https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/498252/ Code.org Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science, and increasing participation by … Continue reading Learn more programming
A Kamilaroi woman from Tamworth, a mentor and scientist, Karlie recently became the first Indigenous person in NSW to attain a double degree in science and mathematics. Karlie has made it her life mission to make STEM accessible to people of all different backgrounds. ... “If you find it interesting, do it! A career in … Continue reading The Sky’s the Limit for Indigenous Scientist Karlie Noon
Brooks, a 28-year-old member of the Yurok Tribe of California and a senior at Northwest Indian College on the Lummi Reservation, says going into commercial space flight is only one of her ambitions. “If I go, I’d be the first federally recognized, registered Native American female to go to space – for me that would … Continue reading Northwest Indian College student has embraced 3D printing and hopes to become an astronaut
Adrian Duke, 30, is a member of the Muscowpetung Nation. He's developing a new augmented reality app—think Pokémon Go—to share Indigenous stories that are tied to physical places like this one. It's called Wikiupedia, and Skwachàys is one of its first geolocations. Read more on Motherboard
Southwest Indian Polytechnic Institute students have developed a voice-operated robot that can be commanded using the Diné language.
Using Sensors with the Hummingbird. The Hummingbird LEDs and motors are output devices. Scripts in Scratch send commands to these devices to make something happen. The Hummingbird sensors, on the other hand, are input devices. They send information to the Scratch program. The Scratch program can use this information to make a decision with an if … Continue reading Sensors