Software Development World Game

A software development world is a tool for learning that teaches students about the design, modification and use of a program. It is generally designed for students who want to be professional computer system application developers. Students are typically given the responsibility of staff in a digital community, and must create computer programs within a specified timeframe. This kind of video game can be a great method to teach students computer science and programming concepts like conditional statements and loops. Zachtronics’ Shenzhen I/O is a great example of this type of video game. It comes with a user interface that mimics developer tools in browsers and teaches iteration and scripting.

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