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Engaged Learning vs. Static Learning 

Key skills such as perseverance, analytics, and problem-solving are undoubtedly fostered in a collaborative classroom environment. Knowing this, how can you implement a computer science curriculum that best engages students and prepares them for careers in technology? Our eBook discusses two opposing theories and a case study from an educator that implemented an engaging computer science curriculum.

This eBook includes:

  • Pros and cons of both engaged and static learning theories
  • Quotes from educators about their experiences with each theory
  • How to implement a Computer Science curriculum in an engaged learning environment

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Learning is Social

Creativity and critical thinking skills flourish when students are able to interact with one another. Sitting in tables, team-based projects, and small-group discussions allow students to stay active in the learning process. Download the eBook to learn why this is especially important in computer science.

Build STEM Skills

This comprehensive 18-page eBook provides answers to questions about the most effective ways to build STEM skills in students. As technology proliferates across all industries, these skills prepare them for life after school. Read this eBook to find out how you can implement a collaborative computer science learning environment in your classroom!

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