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Teaching Programming Concepts Through Play
By Brian Mayer (contributor), Harris and Christopher Harris
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Bibliographic Detail
Publisher Rosen Classroom
Publication date January 15, 2015
Pages 75
Binding Paperback
Book category Juvenile Non-Fiction
ISBN-13 9781499490121
ISBN-10 1499490127
Dimensions 0.50 by 6 by 9 in.
Weight 0.35 lbs.
Original list price $23.50
Other format details juvenile
Summaries and Reviews description: Product Description: Understanding how computer programing works is a critical part of digital literacy for students today. Even students who aren't learning how to code can benefit greatly from knowing how programs work. This book uses highly engaging games to immerse students in the world of logical thinking and problem solving. From programming robots to writing stories that work as interactive fiction games, the lessons in this book provide ways to build digital literacy beyond the computer lab.


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9781499490121 | details & prices | 75 pages | 6.00 × 9.00 × 0.50 in. | 0.35 lbs | List price $23.50
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