5. Codecademy is a great resource for students who want to learn how to code. It’s interactive, so students can work in groups or with friends. Plus, it’s free.
6. Check out Computing in the Core‘s top 10 facts about computer science education.
7. Computer Science Unplugged teaches students all about computer science, but without a machine. Using games that involve cards, crayons, or string, students learn about important underlying concepts.
8. Have you checked out w3schools.com? This site is full of tutorials, examples, quizzes, references, and more.
9. Learn more about how to recruit high school girls into computing classes, from the National Center for Women and Information Technology.
10. Dot Diva is another resources to help girls and young women develop and sustain an interest in computer science.
Do you have a favorite computer science education app, resource, or website? Let us know in the comments below.
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