What would you do if you were a wizard While his fellow classmates dream of becoming football players, architects, and doctors, Ralph wants to be a wizard With his magic, he would help his friends and family members and even make the world a better place If I Were A Wizard introduces coding concepts through the enchanting imagination of a young boy From Repeats and Loops to Algorithms, If I Were a Wizard prompts discussion and helps build conceptual understanding of coding Currently, there is a global push for coding in education Coding is the new creation tool and it gives us the ability to create new products, bring people together, and solve important problems in the world Our youngest students learn concepts in many different ways and look for ways to connect concepts to their own lives If I Were a Wizard is designed to bridge the gap between the physical and digital and be a springboard into the magical world of coding....
|Title||:||If I Were a Wizard|
|Format Type||:||Audio Book|
|Publisher||:||Edtechteam Press November 1, 2016|
|Number of Pages||:||188 Pages|
|File Size||:||596 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
If I Were a Wizard Reviews
If I Were A Wizard introduces the concepts of coding to children (and adults) in this imaginative picture book.
Introducing coding principles to students can be an intimidating task, especially for educators (myself included) who don’t feel like they are a whiz at computer science. What I liked so much about this book is how it lays a foundation for a great discussion into the way technology connects to our everyday lives. Through storytelling, Paul’s children’s book makes these concepts relevant to students of all ages.
If I Were a Wizard is a fantastic storybook for young kids. The story is easy to follow along and enjoyable. It isn't until the end of the story, where the author explains how computers and coding are used all throughout everyday life. It's the perfect bridge between the computers all around us and computer science. Coding is everywhere, now the kids notice it more! Great book, great author!
It's only 27 pages - not what was expected. Compared to other edtech books, 27 pages is just not worth the $12 dollars I had to spend. I'm from Africa so converting $12 to my currency is a lot of cash. So I expect a bit more for my money.
A great book to introduce the concept of coding to our two sons (age 4 and 8). A welcome addition to our home library full of wonder and inspiration!
The book is not really connected to coding.