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STEMcoding project releases “Physics of Video Games” Hour of Code activity

Until recently, the world’s most popular K12 computer science website, hourofcode.com, did not have any physics-focused coding activities. This was the case until Professor Chris Orban of Ohio State University initiated an effort to develop coding tutorials for physics teachers to learn code. Below is a link to describe his work on this project: https://physics.osu.edu/news/prof.-chris-orban-receives-aip-meggers-project-award […]

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