Oct 12, 2016

Teaching students to code: New resources bring creative coding and computational thinking to your classroom – Microsoft in Education blog

Coding – and computational thinking in general — is one of the most in-demand skills in today’s job market, but not so long ago, learning to code was mostly out of reach for late-middle school and secondary students. Coding wasn’t taught in the typical classroom, and educators – unless they had a computer science background...

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