When I created my automator service I used the information below. This link does a great job of explaining how to create the automator service.
on run if “chflags hidden ~/Desktop/*” then do shell script “chflags nohidden ~/Desktop/*” else do shell script “chflags hidden ~/Desktop/*” end ifend run
via applescript – Making folders hide and unhide – Stack Overflow.
So many cool tools for kids to be creative. I am looking forward to seeing what our students make with our Hummingbird kits.
Kano Ships Its First 18,000 Learn-To-Code Computer Kits, Fueled By $1.5M Kickstarter | TechCrunch.
Teachers “are using it like candy: ‘If you finish your work, we can do 10 minutes of the computer science tutorials at the end of class as a treat,”’ she said.
via Adding Coding to the Curriculum – NYTimes.com.
Not integrated into a class or as a class on it’a own but an after the real work is done activity. For some reason the idea of using coding at the end of class as a treat strikes me as being a bit funny.