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Riverside High School comes to CS

Published on: Tue, 05/08/2018
Last Modified: Tue, 05/08/2018 - 2:28pm

Riverside Secondary School Computer Science students gain programming skills from UWindsor Computer Science students.  Virtual bombs were diffused, turtles made their way through mazes and students managed all this with introductory Python.

The students were shown that computer science is more than just writing codes. There was laughter and a lot of teamwork for them to get the job done.  Students also learned about vector graphics using Python turtle.  They were able to move the turtle graphic with simple commands through mazes, change the line size and color, create their own maze and solve the path. This activity was enjoyed by all.

Workshop Developers and Assistants agree that fun was had by all.