Author Archives: Stavroula Sokoli

EDUTINKER International Conference

EDUTINKER: Technology, Innovation and New Keys for Educational Resources 5th July 2016, Bilbao, Spain REGISTER OPEN (FREE)!! Conference Programme The University of Deusto, as coordinator of the project “Make World: Learning Science through Computational Thinking”, financed by the European Commission within the Erasmus+ programme, will host the international conference “EDUTINKER: Technology, Innovation and New […]


CodeCombat is a platform for students to learn programming while playing a game with their classmates. Its courses consist of levels that have been playtested to work best in a classroom setting, designed to be used by teachers with no prior coding experience necessary. Current Courses are available in JavaScript and Python, with solution guides provided for both. We […]

Code Monkey

CodeMonkey aims to teach students skills like problem solving, multiple-step, critical and analytical thinking skills. Suitable for children from the age of 9 and up, although there are also younger users. Students will help the monkey get his bananas back by writing lines of code in CoffeeScript, a real programming language used in the industry for developing […]

Code Monster

Crunchzilla is a service that students can use to learn to write Javascript programs. There are two versions of Crunchzilla; Code Maven and Code Monster. Code Monster is designed for students of middle school age. Code Monster contains 58 short lessons that take students from the very basics of things like resizing and repositioning objects to complex creation of […]

CK-12: a site for access to STEM content

CK-12 is an online educational content site sponsored by the CK-12 Foundation, a nonprofit that desires to increase worldwide K-12 access to STEM content. CK-12’s main offering is a collection of free digital textbooks (called “Flexbooks”) for high school age students, particularly on topics in science, engineering and math. CK-12 has created a total of […]

Welcome to Make World!

Thanks for visiting our blog! Would you like to contribute? Here are some ideas you could write about: Your experience using an innovative tool (ICT or not) or methodology in STEM education Challenges to attract children/youth to STEM (it may focus on girls) What motivates your students What is STEM for in real life? Examples […]