Tangible Coding Apps let Rural Kids Code Offline

Written by on April 22, 2024

Coding leaner pupil

Believe it or not, introducing children to the excitement of coding doesn’t have to rely on having computers, high-speed Wi-Fi, or teachers with programming degrees. An “unplugged” coding game, developed by Nelson Mandela University- NMU, is garnering attention precisely because it operates offline, is free, and the primary “hardware” needed is eager young minds eager to enjoy learning while having fun.

Due to their accessibility and user-friendly interfaces, these offline coding applications—Tanks, Boats, and Rangers, with additional . . .

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