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CS@RIT help high school students learn coding strategies using games

CS@RIT help high school students learn coding strategies using games

With the assistance of CS faculty Jim Heliotis, students in the AP Computer Science classes at Webster Schroeder and Webster Thomas High Schools learned about computer coding strategies during a “Battle Royale” on June 9 and 10.
 
To conduct the battle, the AP students used game engine software developed by researchers at Rochester Institute of Technology which is also used by RIT CS students in their introductory computing courses.The software was part of a 2011 National Science Foundation grant aimed at teaching introductory computer science concepts in new ways.
 
For the complete story, please visit:  http://www.websterpost.com/news/20160622/webster-high-school-students-learn-coding-strategies-using-games.