How coding brings out students' creativity

The role of computer programming in education has been uncertain in the past, but new emphasis on science, technology, engineering and math in today's education arena is shining a brighter light on the subject. Educators say student-friendly programs such as Alice, MicroWorlds and Scratch are making it easier for them to integrate programming into the curriculum and show students the creative sides of math, science and other subjects.

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