CS Unplugged RoxAnn H. Stalvey at College of Charleston Computer Science Unplugged, CS Unplugged, is a collection of computer science activities that are designed to introduce students to computing concepts without using a computer. Most, if not all, of the activities involve student participation through kinetic learning experiences. Activities generally take 5 – 20 minutes to deliver and offer an exciting way to engage students, from kindergartners up to senior citizens, in interactive introductions to difficult computing topics.
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