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Computer Science Education Week-The 'Hour of Code'
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The mission of the Global Coding Project is to work collaboratively with students and teachers across the world to make the learning of coding accessible, tangible and achievable in solving real world problems while spreading awareness that coding empowers students to cope with failure through persistence, thinking logically, sequentially and specifically, and being competitive in a global economy.
Beginning in November 2013, 'Real World' Monthly Challenges will be posted on the 'Global Coding Project' in which students and teachers from all over the world can attempt to solve 'Read World' problems by creating computer-based activities using a variety of coding, gaming, robotic, and creative publishing applications. Students can work individually, collaboratively with their local classmates, or collectively with their global classmates. The goal is for students to find solutions to real world problems using computational thinking and coding (computer programming).
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Please join us in the Global Coding Project as we work collaboratively to make coding accessible, tangible and achievable for learners of all ages (teachers and students alike!).
to sign up to participate in our monthly challenges.
Please visit our
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