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Teaching Processing in Codio

What is Processing? Processing may not be the most popular programming language, but it has cultivated a passionate following among the visual arts and education communities over the last sixteen years. Processing is based on Java but simplifies the syntax by not requiring that everything be an object. Some educators use Processing as a gradual introduction to Java. Students can focus on...

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Improve Learning Outcomes With Interactive Resources & Auto-Grading from Codio

Codio gives you unparalleled access to customizable, interactive ebook-style teaching resources—with all the flexibility and control of the Codio platform.   Codio's customizable teaching resources seamlessly integrate book text and pictures with beautiful inline code snippets and code examples within the IDE that you can both edit and run. When students need support, they have access to...

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Codio vs. zyBooks

We’re often asked: “what's the difference between zyBooks and Codio?” In an attempt to differentiate, we’ve decided to offer a comparison based on the following dimensions: Platform Content Assessments Student Learning Data Price Platform Both Codio and zyBooks have IDEs that are integrated with interactive, multimedia content. While zyBooks offers custom, high-production value animation...

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Python Tutor comes to Codio as “Visualizer”

Visualizations can help students better understand complex programming concepts like parameters, constructors, and recursion. For many computer science educators, Python Tutor is a familiar name —Philip Guo’s wonderful resource has been around for almost a decade. During that time, “over five million people in over 180 countries have used Python Tutor to visualize over 75 million pieces ...

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