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Programming Resources GameMaker Like Scratch, GameMaker is an introduction to programming; the difference is that Scratch is a free educational language, while GameMaker is proprietary and for-profit (the company’s home site is http://www.yoyogames.com/). GameMaker can be a powerful teaching tool, though, because it allows students to create computer games while learning basic programming techniques....
Programming Resources Scratch The programming language Scratch was developed at MIT as an educational tool to introduce younger students to programming, as a stepping stone to more advanced work. There are many good Scratch resources designed for students from fourth grade up. The Scratch home page at MIT contains tutorials, projects, and more: https://scratch.mit.edu/...
Programming Resources Edhesive (Computer Science) Subject: Computer science Grade level: High school Publisher: Edhesive (previously “Amplify”) Website: https://edhesive.com/ Description: Introductory and AP computer science courses, developed in association with the University of Texas-Austin, offered as live, online, instructor-led classes.
Programming Resources Python Students can study the programming language Python in several different ways: Michael Dawson’s book Python Programming for the Absolute Beginner, 3rd edition (Course Technology, 2010) is a self-teaching guide for high school students and (possibly) highly motivated upper middle schoolers. An online companion can be purchased and downloaded at Delmar Cengage Learning. Hello,...