Switching from Block to Textual Programming

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Although a growing number of schools are offering programming to students, most of the applications being used teach block programming. This approach helps students understand the logic behind programming and prevents certain challenges related to learning the programming language itself. Once the students have mastered the fundamentals, they can move forward and integrate textual programming. For this purpose, Swift Playgrounds can be used from grade 4 on.

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