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W07: Activity 2

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Activity #2 – Comment

Pick one resource from either “open trends” or “closed trends” and discuss it in terms of one of the options below.

Briefly discuss why you think it:

  • A ) has the most disruptive potential for the future of code education [OR]
  • B ) offers a strong value proposition for the future of code education [OR]
  • C ) discuss it in terms of both A or B, adding any additional insights you might have to offer.

Post your response as a comment here on the bottom of this page. Be sure to include the name of the resource you chose! Feel free to contribute your own resource instead (remembering that we’re focused on post-secondary and professional code education), do indicate if it’s open/closed. Please discuss how/why you see the chosen resources as disruptive or as having a strong value proposition. Also try to provide any links/research/resources that may help us understand your perspective (we think it would be great if you could add value to our OER research). Also be sure to check back to engage in comments and questions that might be added to your responses.

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