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STEM education tools introduce coding lessons

STEM education tools introduce coding lessons

New platform promotes computer programming in elementary schools.

Should elementary students learn basic coding and computer programming skills? Tynker, a new computing platform, has launched a new tool designed to ‘unlock STEM’ by helping students learn to code.

The Tynker platform uses a visual programming language that introduces basic computer programming skills. The interactive lessons are age-appropriate and teach students to create cartoons, robots and mobile games.

The Tynker learning platform is free for school districts and is designed to bring quality and engaging STEM tools to educators.

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