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July/August 2016

Project Bloks: Helping kids learn to code

New platform from Google and Assistant Professor Paulo Blikstein enables designers to create tangible coding languages and kits.

Project Bloks aims to help kids learn to code with hands-on experiences. (Photo: Emily Clarke/Google)
Learning languages
Middle school students learn Chinese calligraphy in a California World Languages Project immersion class. (Photo: Hélène Chan)

The California World Languages Program brings Mandarin immersion to diverse student populations.

Classroom conversations
Free online courses from Stanford GSE for Fall 2016 focus on innovative assessment practices. (Photo: UL/SCALE)

Free online courses from Understanding Language and SCALE are related to both Common Core and Next Generation Science standards.

In memory: Eliza Evans, doctoral candidate
Class notes: Miriam Heller Stern, Melissa Groo and more
9 alumni win Knowles Fellowship for STEM teaching
Ready for kindergarten
New research shows gap between rich and poor at start of schooling has narrowed. (Photo: monkeybusinessimages /Getty Images)

New research suggests attention on early childhood at home and in preschool is paying off as gap between rich and poor narrows.

How we learn: A to Z
Stanford scholars untangle science of learning in new book. (Getty Images)

Stanford education researchers distill learning theories into practical solutions for classrooms.

Study: Children can help parents save energy
$5m grant supports early math teaching and learning
Dissertation award advances study of schools, immigration
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