Analog Programming

Programming for younger kids is often very abstract and the logic not always that easy to understand. A first exercise to ease the kids 'real' programming on the PC is to have some prior analog programming.

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1. Stand in a circle. 2. The facilitator asks one or two questions. E.g.: 1) What experience will you remember from today? 2) What have you learned? 3) What do you know now that you did not know before? 4) What was especially good? 5) How are you feeling right now? 6) Which two words describe today for you? 3. In turn, a person steps into the circle and answers the questions. There is no specific order. 4. When everyone has answered the question, the day is over.