4 tools to expand students' creativity

02/27/2013 | KQED.org

Classes and programs that teach coding and computer skills and also provide instruction and opportunities in the arts may not be in place in all schools, but there is an increasing number of other outlets for students to learn more about these subjects, Tina Barseghian writes in this Mind/Shift blog post. She provides a roundup of videos about four innovative programs, including Smarthistory, Black Girls Code, Caine's Arcade and Startup Weekend EDU.

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