My students participated in another Hour of Code today after school. I had to cover Senior Interviews so I let my students in the volunteer Hour of Code group work independently with another teacher as a monitor. The started using the Ozobots while I covered the interviews. One of my students had worked with the Ozobots in our last session, so he was given the role of chief facilitator for the session; he seemed to enjoy the role.
After Interviews were over I crossed the hall to the library and saw four intrepid students working intently on creating their ow pathways for the Ozobots to follow.
We moved back to my room and continued working on various endeavors. One of our computer teachers came in while the students were working. They explained to her in detail and with a lot of enthusiasm as to how the Ozobots worked.
Our Hour of Code evolved into setting up our Class Internet Radio Station on BlogTalkRadio.com. One of my students created a music file on JamStudio for the show’s intro, other students looked over the BlogTalkRadio dashboard and our class site. We ran out of time before we could run a broadcast. I am hoping next Monday will be our first broadcast.