Via News Release
“The room at the Arlington Hills Community Center library in St. Paul, Minnesota, was silent Wednesday while teens used tablets to learn computer coding on the popular game Angry Birds.
Determined fingers dragged and dropped parts of code, and strategically placed them in the right order to move on to next level.
“I completed puzzle eight!” one girl yelled out after finishing a tough round of code. More than 3,000 schools and libraries across the country celebrated Teen Tech Week, engaging in activities such as the coding game, provided by the nonprofit Code.org.”