Students Learn Programming and Coding in Library

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Students are learning programming and coding with "Ozobots" in the Library.

"Bit is the world’s smallest smart robot," explained Mr. Hallman. "This right brain – left brain integrating bot builds both creativity and coding skills in ages six and up." Students in grades third through fifth have been working with advance basic color coding called static codes.  Students have learned to create the static color codes and test them in small groups. They have also started building intermediate flash based coding using a  block-based programming (Blockly) with Bit.  Students in grades kindergarten and first have also started using Ozobots and are learning how they follow four line colors (Black, Blue, Red and Green). Soon they will be programming their Ozobot Bit to do more than just follow a static line of code!