Intercultural Computer Science Education

April 20, 2011 at 11:52 am 1 comment

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  • 1. Jesse M. Heines  |  April 21, 2011 at 7:54 am

    There are, of course, many visualizations of sorting algorithms, but this one is most enjoyable to watch. I love the fact that (a) one can reproduce at least some form of this is his/her own classroom, (2) that the “elements” include women, and (3) that the entire video includes a cultural lesson as well. The one thing that Mark’s post did not make clear is that (courtesy of Wikipedia) “Sapientia University is the Hungarian University of Transylvania, located in the historic region of Transylvania, Romania.” Terrific.

    Jesse

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