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Stay up to date on what’s happening in your region by following your regional representative’s own region blog! Visit the links above to view each regional blog.

Regional Blog Updates

  • Made With Code
    Made with Code is a site that was created by Google to inspire Girls to Code but the projects on the site can help anyone learn to code.   Have fun completing the different coding projects they are de …
  • Foldit
    Foldit is a great website that takes real problems and gamifies them so that users want to “Solve Puzzles for Science.”  You start with protein strands that they know the solutions to as y …
  • Office 365: beyond the basics
    Congratulations! As an individual in the ND K12 system, YOU have access to an Office 365 account. You got logged in, you registered and changed your password, you moved your files into your OneDrive. …
  • The Presidential Primary Sources Project – an interactive videoconferencing
    North Dakota classrooms grades 6-12 are Invited to Participate in The Presidential Primary Sources Project – an interactive videoconferencing Program Series: Human and Civil Rights January – March 201 …
  • The Presidential Primary Sources Project
    North Dakota classrooms grades 6-12 are Invited to Participate in The Presidential Primary Sources Project – an interactive videoconferencing Program Series: Human and Civil Rights January – March 201 …
  • MS-DOS Games – Oregon Trail
    A software library of MS-DOS games can be played online from with in your browser.  When I found this I was excited to be able to play Oregon Trail.  Oregon Trail is the first game I remember playing …
  • The Presidential Primary Sources Project
    North Dakota classrooms grades 6-12 are Invited to Participate in The Presidential Primary Sources Project – an interactive videoconferencing Program Series: Human and Civil Rights January – March 201 …
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