The webinar provided an introduction to coding and computational thinking and an introduction to some coding environments across the K-12 range. I have also included some "unplugged" classroom ideas to show how coding can be taken on and offline and how you might use unplugged activities to complement plugged activities. The webinar has a focus on developing Computational Thinking and the design of solutions. You can see some application of free GAFE tools to enhance thinking and collaboration.
Throughout the webinar, I had embedded questions inviting input from teachers who were already trying computing activities in the classroom, and you can continue to add to that discussion on Twitter with the #nextpractice hashtag!
You can watch the live recording of the webinar here (in an external YouTube window) and follow along with my slide deck here. Enjoy! If you have any questions please don't hesitate to contact myself or Chris. Also, make sure that you check out the other fantastic and free webinars available here.
If you've tried any of these activities in your classroom or have any other suggestions - tweet them out to #nextpractice or comment below!