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Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 67,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
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A nice animated and interactive lesson on using Arduinos ! You do have to install the Unity3D web player however to use it.
Looks like it might be useful for teaching algorithms and data structures. Unfortunately, it requires a login.
This site has a large number of online visualizations of data structures. Could be very useful for teaching students about data structures and algorithms
Here is the description of this series of Web pages. I bolded the part that was of interest to me !
Do you have a bricked Arduino that won’t accept code anymore? Or, maybe you wrote your own firmware and would like to upload it to your Arduino? Or, maybe you just want to learn more about the inner-workings of Arduino, AVR, and microcontrollers in general. Well, you’re in luck! This tutorial will teach you what a bootloader is, why you would need to install/reinstall it, and go over the process of doing so.
Looks like a great system for creating engaging presentations
Nice simple article showing how you can simulate something physical using mathematics, physics and computers.
Nice tutorial for beginner programmers. The end result is an animated greeting card!
“This is the first of a 9 part video series from SparkFun where they take you through the basics of how Robots work and how you can build your own!”
Chris Betcher gave a talk during the K12 Online Conference. This page, on Inspired To Educate, lists the tools he recommends for teaching kids to code.