Paper vs. Screens by Christine McDonnell, CEO at Codelicious

Guest post by Christine McDonnell, CEO at Codelicious

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Traditional coding activities dictate that students sit in front of laptops or tablets, working to develop a program or a game. This approach, however, does not resonate with all types of students and learners. Luckily, there are many different ways to help students understand code. You may be able to remove devices to help reinforce key concepts.

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