NAF’s Information Technology (IT) curricula enable learners to explore various aspects of IT including coding, computer systems, graphic design, and web development.
Can AI create art? YES! Craiyon, formerly DALL·E mini, is an AI model that can draw images from any text prompt. See the images it created by typing in Be Future Ready.
Applied Digital Skills is a free curriculum designed for an in-school, self-paced blended learning environment where learners practice life skills while building creative projects using Google’s Suite of apps.
Invite your students to learn and get excited about cybersecurity. Register interest to participate in the 2022-2023 school year You can learn more about CyberStart America here. Share this fantastic opportunity with your learners. Full terms and conditions can be found here.
Use this Google Slide presentation to learn about Bitcoin and implement the activity to simulate how Bitcoin works. This presentation and activity were developed by Zach Jones whom teaches creativity, entrepreneurship, and conscious living.
Borrow a Finch Robot 2.0 from BirdBrain Technologies for 60 days, and learn how it can be used to facilitate deep and joyful learning in your Computer Science classroom. Finches can be programmed in Python & Java, as well as several block- and icon-based environments. Try one today!
Use Replit Teams for Education for seamless multiplayer collaboration! This tool helps learners focus on coding, not lengthy set-up, with Replit Teams for Education.
This unit includes four lessons and focuses on the creation of engaging content for the site. Adding interactivity to a website will increase user engagement and help users retain the information that they learn in the process.
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