Caine’s Arcade inspired classrooms across the world to value and foster the creativity inherent in all of our children. Similarly, the Hour of Code has inspired millions of children to learn the basics of computer programming.
Why not combine them?
For this year’s Hour of Code, students in my class took their coded video games (Made largely on Code.org – Check out this resource) and ran with their own idea that their iPads could be the screens in their own arcade.
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