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Happy Thanksgiving from the Advancing Culturally Relevant Computing (aCRC) project!
This week in our Community Connection newsletter we want to share some information about unplugged coding. Check out an activity and resources below that you can try implementing with your students!
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This week we are exploring unplugged coding, a great approach to use in your classroom.
Unplugged activities are computer science activities that do not involve the use of a computer. They teach students key concepts such as algorithms, using simple tools like pencils and paper. Unplugged activities are a great way to show students how computer science extends much further than the laptop or iPad in front of them.
Here’s an easy unplugged activity you can use in your classroom, all you need is a pencil and a piece of paper.
You’ll find that some of the results can be really funny or impressive (or both!) Let us know if you try this in your classroom!
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