Knox County Schools to try to break world record in coding
from Knoxville News Sentinel
Kelaylah McAlpin has a problem. She told the cartoon ghost on her computer screen to move, but it won't. She stares at her computer screen, dragging and dropping different commands. "What are you missing?" asks Robert Winter, the computer science teacher at Carter Middle School. "The motion?" she replies, unsure. "Yes!" he says, nodding his head with encouragement. "You don't have anything to make it move." The two crouch over the computer screen and tinker with the language. Immediately, the cartoon ghost starts bouncing around the image of a haunted house that Kelaylah had plucked from Google Images.
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