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Eighth-graders Problem-solve Via Zoom

Eighth-grade coding students recently worked together to solve problems on virtual Turing Tumbles. Turing Tumbles is a problem-solving game that builds coding skills and teaches students how computers work at a basic level. Coding teacher Karen Glum said students, working in Zoom break-outs, used Zoom and Google Slides to solve problems. “I monitored students’ online work and when their solutions had errors, would recreate their solution on a real Turing Tumble,” Glum said. “Via Zoom I would allow the students to see their solution, in action, in real time so students could determine where mistakes were made.”