We use Shmoop as a verb in class now. Kids ask if we are going to Shmoop in class all the time!
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (PRWEB)
December 07, 2017
In honor of Computer Science Education Week, the Hour of Code™ is encouraging students everywhere to take an hour out of their lives and learn to code. Yep, in a single hour. Shmoop (https://www.shmoop.com), an award-winning digital publisher, is helping that mission by offering computer science courses that are relatable for anyone wanting to scratch that programming itch.
Even with its conversational tone and relatable examples, Shmoop understands that committing to an online course can be daunting. That’s why they offer an appetizer in the form of free Computer Science Learning Guides, which teach everything from boolean logic to sorting algorithms to recursion and more. They even have one called “How Programming Works.” Hey, gotta start somewhere.
“We use Shmoop as a verb in class now,” says Jade Clukey, a teacher at Carrabassett Valley Academy in Maine. “Kids ask if we are going to Shmoop in class all the time!” Just throwing it out there:…