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Happy Friday!

This week is the Hour of Code week and today we are featuring Google's Computer Science website- Made with Code!


This week, Google added coding tutorials for students based on the popular movie Inside Out. The activities teach students computer science principles in a fun environment. 

The projects section of the website features different coding activities students can complete in  various areas such as fashion, music, and dance.


The mentors page has a gallery of interviews with computer programmers and notable women in computer science who are using code to change the world we live in.


Made with Code is a great resource for students to explore computer science and new ways of thinking. It is vital to expose our students to computer science at an early age, especially under-represented minority and female students. Feel free to share this resource with your colleagues!

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Friday, December 11, 2015

Friday Google Tidbit: Made with Code- Google Computer Science Website

Happy Friday!

This week is the Hour of Code week and today we are featuring Google's Computer Science website- Made with Code!


This week, Google added coding tutorials for students based on the popular movie Inside Out. The activities teach students computer science principles in a fun environment. 

The projects section of the website features different coding activities students can complete in  various areas such as fashion, music, and dance.


The mentors page has a gallery of interviews with computer programmers and notable women in computer science who are using code to change the world we live in.


Made with Code is a great resource for students to explore computer science and new ways of thinking. It is vital to expose our students to computer science at an early age, especially under-represented minority and female students. Feel free to share this resource with your colleagues!

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