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If God Exists - A Logic Exercise

In computer programming, we use logic all the time.  For instance, If a flag is turned off, then perform subroutine A; otherwise, perform subroutine B.  An example might be that if a person fills out all the required fields on a form, then process their request; otherwise, display an error telling them something is wrong. 895 more words


Meet Our Teachers: Jenna Spiering

Our ongoing Meet Our Teachers series interviews the teachers responsible for making our classes engaging, challenging, and lots of fun for high-ability learners.  Up today: Jenna Spiering! 523 more words

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ALSC Updates Great Websites for Kids

From the ALA Executive Director’s report 12/11/2014:

Great Websites for Kids

ALSC has added more sites to Great Websites for Kids, its online resource containing hundreds of links to exceptional websites for children.

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How to increase problem solving skill

Developing any kind of problem solving skill requires a fair amount of practice and time, and more importantly, in the right way. Here’s a possible approach: 369 more words

Computer Programming

Learn Or Teach Programming With Code With Anna and Elsa

Last week was Computer Science Education Week, which means it was also the week in which many schools participated in the Hour of Code. This project encourages students to spend one hour learning some of the basics of coding and programming to encourage interest in computer science and to show how quickly kids can get started with computer programming. 239 more words


The Iron Yard: Showing off stellar coding talent on Demo Day!

For those of you who do not yet know, The Iron Yard is a coding academy with locations in 11 cities in the Southeast, and their mission is BIG. 703 more words