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.