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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Lily Turula

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Lily Turula Connect P.S. 133Q @MsTurula Queens, New York City, NY In addition to her work as a computer science teacher at P.S. 133Q in Queens, Lily Turula is also a Sphero Lead Educator, a Girls Who Code Decision Maker, and Wonder League Robotics Camp Coach. With such a deep background in teaching technology, we were […]
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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Jasmine Thomas

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Jasmine Thomas Before Jasmine Thomas began teaching, she studied engineering and had a career in technology. So, when looking for the right coding platform to engage her students, she was understandably pretty particular. “What’s thrilled me about Tynker so much is that there’s so much there we’re still busy learning!” Jasmine tells us. “Our students are […]
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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Victor Hicks

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Victor Hicks Connect @CoachHicks1914 The Kindezi Schools Atlanta, GA This week we were so excited to speak to Victor Hicks of The Kindezi Schools in Atlanta, Georgia. In addition to working full-time as a computer science teacher, Victor is also a dance coach for the Psi Phi Beta Youth Step Team, so he knows a little […]
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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Linda Nelson

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Linda Nelson Connect @StMarysRCDOW St. Mary’s Catholic School Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire, England If the COVID-19 crisis has taught us anything, it’s that we’re all part of one global community, and that’s why we were so excited to speak to Linda Nelson of St. Mary’s Catholic School in Bishop’s Stortford, about thirty miles northeast of London. Linda’s […]
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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Robert Velamisa

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Robert Velamisa Connect @ps268brooklyn P.S. 268 The Emma Lazarus School Brooklyn, NY At The Emma Lazarus School (P.S. 268) in Brooklyn, teacher Robert Velamisa is discovering the challenges of transitioning to remote learning. From making sure kids have internet access and compatible devices to posting and grading online assignments, every day offers new insight on teaching […]
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    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Avi Gvili

    Teaching Remotely with Tynker: Avi Gvili Avi Gvili teaches Python and JavaScript to his middle school students at the Elias Bernstein School in Staten Island, NY, where he’s found that his background as an author has heavily informed his approach to teaching them coding skills. “Computer science is about language, about text, the relationship between the reader and text,” Avi […]