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December 11, 2017

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Coding is cool in this school

Aug. 7, 2017

 

Students seated at table to solve puzzles and enjoy learning to code

Numbers and calculations can be fun when you use them to solve puzzles and create new shapes. Before school ended in June, members of Duanesburg’s 6th grade Coding Club spent a day teaching younger students about algorithms and how they can be used to create a tangram puzzle pattern.

“The 4th graders successfully created their pattern using the code created by the 6th graders,” said 6th-grade teacher Christina Stryjek. “All of the students had a great time, and now the 4th graders can’t wait to become members of the Coding Club, too."

  Students seated at table with puzzles      Students seated at desks listening to teacher




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