- — Chris Rogers (@chrisrogers07)Thu, Dec 04 2014 00:58:04
- — Chris Rogers (@chrisrogers07)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:00:16Welcome to #Gwinchat Please introduce yourself & tell us about an early experience in your life with coding, video games, or computers!
- — Lane Floyd (@TheLaneFloyd)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:01:58Lane from Sprayberry HS in Marietta. BS and MS in Computer Information Systems. Did web development prior to teaching math. #gwinchat
- — Lindsey Brouillard (@LBrouillard)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:02:49Lindsey, ELA Educator in Gwinnett County. I was a huge Sonic the Hedgehog fan! Also played Myst back in the day #gwinchat
- — Chris Myers (@FerrolDawg)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:03:34The drag n drop format is a great feature of hour of code. Scratch is a nice everyday program 2 use for those that want to extend #Gwinchat
- — Kathy Schmidt (@kathyfs24)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:03:52#Gwinchat Kathy/media specialist k-5/ never been a huge video gamer and just discovered how easy coding can be with kids last year
- — LMMS Family Resource (@KimberlyDeRose)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:03:56Kim from FCSS learned to code in H.S. when the text was flashing orange and the screen was black! Made a math game for kids! #gwinchat
- — Holly Frilot (@hollyfrilot)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:04:55I've been coding for about 2 weeks, not including a brief stint in the late 80s at nerd camp. I also support media in Gwinnett. #gwinchat
- — Cat Flippen (@CatFlippen)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:04:57Good evening #Gwinchat. I played with MSDOS for fun in the mid 90s and learned basic coding for my first Geocities site in 1999. Memories!
- — Jessica Raleigh (@TyrnaD)Thu, Dec 04 2014 01:05:35#gwinchat I also took apart my Etch a Sketch and Magnadoodle and couldn't get them the same again...an early un-maker apparently! ;)
#Gwinchat - December 3rd, 2014 - Coding and #HourofCode
Archive of education chat #Gwinchat, a weekly Twitter chat open to all educators and committed to open, engaging discussions of relevant topics in education.
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