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Think, Solve, Code!

Maine Memorial students are using problem solving and critical thinking skills for hands on learning using technology.

Under the instruction of School Media Specialist Sara Edwards, the students will participate in the Think, Solve, Code program. “The objective is to teach students how to be critical thinkers, problem solvers, and coders using varying technology tools that will advance in difficulty throughout the school year,” said Edwards.

Recently fifth graders used code to program Dash robots to move.
 
Why is it important to learn about coding? Hear from Ciara and Madeline. 

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