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¡El Futuro Está Aquí!

Escrito por Andrés Rivera Vallarta, Docente, INAM Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico

Es asombroso como todas las cosas que una vez vimos como imposibles, son ahora posible y muchas de esas cosas están siendo creadas por niños. En mi salón globalizado, el futuro ya está aquí. Ayer, mis estudiantes estuvieron participando en una actividad didáctica en la aplicación de Scratch como parte de su curso de Programación Global, uno de los primeros de Level Up Village que hemos tenido introducido en mi colegio. Fue un momento inolvidable para los estudiantes. ¡Estaban haciendo una caricatura! ¡Estos son niños que gastan muchas horas haciendo una caricatura, así que para ellos fue algo totalmente fascinante!

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The Future is Here!

By Andrés Rivera Vallarta, Teacher, INAM Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico

It`s amazing how all the things we once saw as impossible are now possible, and some of them are being created by kids. In my global classroom, the future is already here. Yesterday, my students were engaged in a hands-on learning activity with Scratch as part of their Global Programming course, one of the first Level Up Village programs we have introduced at my school. It was a memorable moment for the students. They were making a cartoon! These are children who have spent many hours watching cartoons, so for them, making one was as exciting as it gets!

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Game Design: the Quintessential 21st Century Educational Tool

If you’re looking to embrace Design Thinking in the classroom, look no further than Game Design. Game Design gives students the creative confidence to imagine, ideate and improve. As a result, Game Design continues to evolve alongside education, displaying its flexibility and relevance as a quintessential 21st century educational tool.

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21st Century Connections with Level Up Village

By Dana Feldman, Rumson Country Day School

It was the last day of the Level Up Village Global Inventors 3D printing course I was teaching, and as I was watching the students helping each other tighten the switches on their solar flash lights, the word “Connection” came to mind.