Toward Teaching Kids in Arab Countries Programming Skills: A Case Study


Teaching children to code has gained popularity in recent years, with many schools and institutions now providing tools and programs to get young learners started with computer programming. High-level programming languages, such as Python, Java, and C Sharp (i.e., C#), are often used in these educational contexts due to their simplicity and versatility. This article discusses the benefits of teaching children to code with highlevel programming languages and offers tips and strategies for effectively introducing these concepts to young learners. Through hands-on activities and interactive lessons, children can gain valuable skills and knowledge to serve them well in their future academic and professional endeavours. A case study has been conducted to show that children in Arab countries can learn coding skills effectively when they are taught using interactive and hands-on methods.

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Hamzeh Aljawawdeh, Zarqa University, Jordan
Abdallah Aljalabneh, Zarqa University, Jordan

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Conference: ECE2023
Stream: Learning Experiences

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Aljawawdeh H., & Aljalabneh A. (2023) Toward Teaching Kids in Arab Countries Programming Skills: A Case Study ISSN: 2188-1162 The European Conference on Education 2023: Official Conference Proceedings
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