Code Monkey: A Story About Remixing And Sharing

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Plans For Us dug for traction, found none, and fell. Bill Fitzgerald seems to have sacrificed his infant lesson aggregation service at the altar of paid work. tteach has featured the same landing page for a year to diminishing returns. I guess I should console myself that I Love Math! is still around, such as it is.

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But seriously.

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  • You can use their code and remix it to make your own game. These two Scratch video tutorials will walk you through a couple of ways to create a new game in Scratch by remixing an existing game. The first is a really short and sweet demo on how to remix a one player game into a two player game.
  • CodeMonkey is a fun and educational game-based environment where kids learn to code without any prior experience. After completing CodeMonkey's award-winning coding courses, kids will be able to navigate through the programming world with a sense of confidence and accomplishment.
  • I'm going to ramble a bit today. I've never been low on confidence when it comes to dressing myself, even in my pre-blogging days where I mostly walked around in a combination of tshirts, sweatshirts, jeans, Uggs, and the like.

Isn’t it a colossal joke that in this [flat, spikey, curly, whatever] world we live in, your best learning experiences and mine are still separated by geography?

Somebody please.

Remixing

Code Monkey: A Story About Remixing And Sharing Video

Code Monkey: A Story About Remixing And Sharing

Plans For Us dug for traction, found none, and fell. Bill Fitzgerald seems to have sacrificed his infant lesson aggregation service at the altar of paid work. tteach has featured the same landing page for a year to diminishing returns. I guess I should console myself that I Love Math! is still around, such as it is.

These stories are based on online activity in the Scratch website (using pseudonyms of Scratch usernames for anonymity). Remixing Projects and Ideas: Jumping Monkey 1 Remixing is a common collaborative activity on the Scratch website—about a third of the projects shared in Scratch are remixes (Monroy-Hernandez, 2012).

But seriously.

Isn’t it a colossal joke that in this [flat, spikey, curly, whatever] world we live in, your best learning experiences and mine are still separated by geography?

Code Monkey: A Story About Remixing And Sharing Music

Somebody please.