How Coding Encourages Students’ Creativity and Independence

alt Learning to code provides obvious benefits; coding is a highly marketable skill and understanding the “language of computers” is especially vital as technology becomes an ever-increasing part of our everyday lives. But did you know that coding provides students with advantages that can benefit them immediately and vastly improve their

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5 Ways to Empower Girls to Code Now

Girl coding on iPad at summer camp

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Plenty of folks have pointed out the disparities in girls’ involvement in STEM. Women earn over 50% of all bachelor’s degrees in the US, yet less than 20% of degrees in computer sciences and engineering. Women make up half of the total U.S. college-educated workforce,

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4 Common Misconceptions about Coding

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Coding is a hot topic, and anything worth talking about often has some misconceptions. We’re here to shed some light on some of the most common myths surrounding computer science, coding, and programming.

1. Coding is for introverts.

Some people associate computer work with being alone

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Common Core, Computer Science, and Curious Children

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We’ve all heard that childhood is the best time for educational growth- that children are sponges eager to soak up information. We give infants toys to aid exploring their environment, read picture books with toddlers, encourage kindergarteners to draw silly pictures, and slowly introduce the concepts

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Codeverse Tech Spotlight: Blizzard Lighting


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Blizzard Lights: Shining Bright at Codeverse

When picking equipment, Codeverse is anything but nonchalant about the decision-making process. We knew we wanted our kids to have a fun, interactive lighting system- and Blizzard Lighting was our favorite pick to do the job. Blizzard started off in 2010

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