How can we create more interest in programming to our students?

I have tried to use the development board Arduino in my classes. The result looks good until now. The first course in programming aims to enable students to understand the structure and learn to think programming. My idea is that it’s fun to learn how to program the lighting and extinguishing of LEDs, control a motor, or anything else that visually is more fun than a text on the screen.

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Picture of my class when programming my Arduino Christmas tree.

Cisco Networking Academy Summit 2015

I am safely arrived home after a fantastic conference. It was nice topics and mostly it was focused around IOE (Internet Of Everything).

Here is some hotspots from the conference:

– David Bevilacqua was talking about yhe forth industrial revolution. He talked about the change in skills for the new employies.

There was other speakers who was talking about Cisco’s Innovation and Programs in supporting National Agendas and Education System Evolution.

After lunch we had different Seminars. I was attending a seminar about “Running a Student Internet Of Everything Hackaton”. It was Marc Khayat, one of the Technical Managers to lead this seminar.

Later the same afternoon I was at a workshop with the title Enable a Baseline for Connecting the unconnected (IOE).  At this workshop the tools was Arduino, Raspberry Pi and Laptops. We was using the network to reading different sensors.

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Cisco Networking Academy Nordic & Baltic Conference

I am the organizer host for the Cisco Networking Academy Nordic & Baltic Conference. The Conference veneue is at my work Thorildsplans gymnasium. We was planning to use a registration site from Cisco. But it takes very long time to have it processed. So I make my own Registration form.

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Today we had the registration site from Cisco.  And we decided to use that one, because it have more features than mine (I only spent 4-5 hours to develope mine),

Here is a Link to Jutta Jerlich blog, she and me is responsible for the conference.

https://netacadeurope.wordpress.com/2015/05/08/nordics-baltics-netacad-conference-2015/

We did it again!!!!!

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We did it again!

NetCha2015-4.jpgThorildsplans gymnasium CA won Network Challenge for the third time. In this year’s contest, participants were little better. This year succeeded Grillska gymnasiet to take second place. Our two teams came home with gold and bronze medal. Christopher Maxwell TE12D and Nhan Sundstrom TE13D won the gold and Gustav Ung TE12E and Axel Kennedal TE12E won bronze. Continue reading We did it again!!!!!

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Swedish CISCO instructor goes to the Philippines

By Bo Lindborg, Blackeberg gymnasium

I am currently working as a CISCO instructor at a local academy in Stockholm, Sweden. My academy is in an Upper Secondary school, with students between 16 and 20 years of age – in Swedish our school/academy is referred to as “Blackebergs gymnasium”. I currently teach the following subjects: web development, programming languages and networking. I have worked as a teacher since 1995 and as a Cisco instructor since 2002. Continue reading This is an old one. It’s from February 2007

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