Kahoot’s “Two Step Join” feature was introduced recently to help classrooms keep unwanted kids off their kahoots. It works like this:
For ASB, I’ve been looking into how I might set up a large scale(I mean like 1000+ players or most of my school) Kahoot game. After looking up a number of things, “kahoot max number of players” ended up leading me to This Page. The following is an attempt to sum up what I’ve learned about setup. I will make another post sometime in February after I complete it.
The esp serves up a web page that can be used to control your sonos from anything that can support a browser. It’s a work in progress, and I’ll keep updating as I see fit.
This is a walkthrough/how-to for Activity 1.2.3 Creating Mobile Apps.
This requires you to have done the steps shown here first: http://www.joeybabcock.me/blog/pltw/pltw-activity-1-2-2-introducing-app-inventor-walkthrough/
Go to “Blocks” on the top right corner.
Hello, this is a walk through for activity 1.2.2: “Activity 1.2.2 Introducing App Inventor”.
First, start by downloading this file: http://joeybabcock.me/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/color_chooser_stage.aia
This is a little render of a glass version of our school’s logo for a website I’m working on. I made this in Cinema 4D, by converting a .png into some Adobe Illustrator outlines:
The creator of synthesia recently added a couple of cool features, and combined with a few tools i made, you can make some great songs!
For the following you need a few things, you will need synthesia metadata editor, and a midi file.
You can get:
Synthesia metadata editor here: https://github.com/Synthesia-LLC/metadata-editor/releases
And a sample midi file here: http://joeybabcock.me/music/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/ATHESPEEDOFLIGHT1.mid
1: Change song properties (more…)
You will need the following: (more...)
I made this mainly for the Custom Catloafs but, it was originally based off of
PhpAcademy’s(Now called codecourse) video, how to make a Simple Drawing App. It features a canvas that can be drawn on with different colors, sizes, and shapes.Find it here: DrawerV2
So far, you’ve learned the basics; variables, and formatting. But how do you use those? This section will explain.
Variables store values such as text, numbers, or objects. Variables are either declared and than later set, or can be set when they are declared.