Preparing students to be creators, rather than consumers

Today, computers are smaller, less expensive, more powerful, easier to use and more pervasive than ever. They are in our phones, televisions, cars, toys and games. Computing devices, especially those that are hand-held, have become objects for endless consumption, with little potential for creation. Along the way, somehow, we have lost the joy of invention.…

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