AAPS link: Rec & Ed’s computer coding class provides ‘aha’ moments


Pioneer High School junior Anne Ye didn’t know much about teaching when she and two other PHS students signed up to teach the new Rec & Ed Computer Coding class to elementary students. She knew she loved coding and know she knows that she loves teaching coding.

The curriculum was developed by Ted Emch, a computer science teacher at Pioneer, and classes were taught by his students at Eberwhite and Dicken elementary schools for students in grades 3-5.

Read AAPS District News Editor Jo Mathis’ story on AAPS District News.

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Rec & Ed’s ‘epic’ Computer Coding class provides lots of ‘aha’ moments, say teen teachers

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