Pencil is a collaborative programming site for drawing art, playing music, and creating games. Pencil is also a place to experiment with mathematical functions, geometry, graphing, webpages, simulations, and algorithms. Programs are open for all to see and copy.
Most of the world is divided neatly into distinct nations with clearly defined borders. This map is about the locations that do not fit that model, territories that are claimed by more than one country / occupying force. The conflicts range from major wars whose impact is felt around world (e.g. Islamic State) to minor disagreements over remote, uninhabited rocks (e.g. Rockall Island).
During Computer Science Education Week, we want to provide students and teachers an opportunity to see how coding and design thinking come together to build a tool they use in their classroom.
Through live webinars, an interactive Seesaw class and offline design projects, we hope to empower all students to see the different opportunities in computer science, practice their creative problem-solving skills, and collaborate to improve their communities.
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