12 books on the list
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Arduino Software Internals
A Complete Guide to How Your Arduino Language and Hardware Work Together
It's not enough to just build your Arduino projects; it's time to actually learn how things work! This book will take you through not only how to use the Arduino software and hardware, but more importantly show you how it all works and how the software relates to the hardware.Arduino Software Internals takes a detailed dive into the Arduino environ...
Noted book - Arduino Software Internals: A Complete Guide to How Your Arduino Language and... by @NormanDunbar (Ask your public library to buy a copy.) – source
Phil ShapiroDec 24, 2020
@jankybrain This book is so inspiring, Alison. I stutter, too. – source
Phil ShapiroDec 05, 2020
Passive programming is a cheap, quick, fun way to make all library customers feel like part of the community. It can support reading initiatives, foster family engagement, encourage visit frequency, and coax interaction out of library lurkers--while barely making a dent in your programming budget. Passive programming can be targeted at children, ad...
@andriaamaral It sounds like I could even not read the book and say I did. I'm going to recommend to everyone to not read this book and say they did. That's how good the book is. – source
Phil ShapiroNov 24, 2020
As a teen girl, you are likely feeling pressure and stress from every direction. Having good, healthy relationships with friends you can count on makes all the difference. In this guide, psychologist and teen expert Lucie Hemmen offers ten tips to guide you toward creating and maintaining the social life you want. Even better, the real experts that...
@wayrf This book might help -- The Teen Girl's Survival Guide – source
Phil ShapiroNov 16, 2020
One of my favorite books -- My Name Is Aram, by WIlliam Saroyan via @amazon – source
Phil ShapiroNov 16, 2020
@theraiserswire And this library book is amazing --> The author --> – source
Phil ShapiroNov 15, 2020
Examine urban education from a perspective that is under-represented in national debates, namely incarcerated students.Throughout the United States, especially in the poor neighborhoods of large cities, too many public schools are failing to reach, teach, and engage thousands of struggling youths. Poor educational backgrounds, reluctance to be in t...
Book review - Unlocking Potential: Organizing a School Within a Prison by @HP3potential (Ask your public library to purchase a copy of this excellent book. Almost all libraries in the United States are now offering curbside service.) – source
Phil ShapiroAug 18, 2020
The rates of bullying, truancy due to lack of safety in schools, and subsequent suicidality for LGBT+ youth are exponentially higher than for non-LGBT+ youth. As a result, many American K-12 students are suffering needlessly and many school leaders are unsure of what to do. This book solves that problem. Setting out best practices and professional ...
@juliahkaufman This excellent new education inclusion book came onto my radar last week --> – source
Phil ShapiroAug 13, 2020
Tessellations, palindromes, tangrams, oh my! Women Who Count: Honoring African American Women Mathematicians is a children's activity book highlighting the lives and work of 29 African American women mathematicians, including Dr. Christine Darden, Mary Jackson, Katherine Johnson, and Dorothy Vaughan from the award-winning book and movie Hidden Figu...
@dharmascholar This new book is fabulous -- My review --> – source
Phil ShapiroJul 22, 2020
Book review - Articulating Design Decisions by @tomgreever (an excellent book for both youth and adults, imho) – source
Phil ShapiroJul 18, 2020
Schools struggle with budget-breaking software bills while students endure locked-down computers and closed technology policies. Thankfully, there's a better way to empower and inspire students: the open source model.The Open Schoolhouse is a candid story and practical guidebook for school administrators and educators seeking affordable and powerfu...
@waldojaquith @charlie3 @opensourceway [email protected] uses that metaphor very powerfully in his TEDx talk here --> If you know school leaders considering the open source path, send 'em a link to this video - and to this book. Sound stewardship is ready and waiting. – source
Phil ShapiroJul 14, 2020
Who Owns the Learning? by Alan November