Computer Club Deconstructing Code
Our computer club has dived into the deep end by taking code that was written for us and deconstructing it to figure out what is going on.
Sometimes there is no better way to learn about something than taking it apart. Deconstructing code helps students understand programming by giving examples of working projects and allowing the students to step through the source to figure out how they work.
Students in Computer Club used a Python program that reads trending search data from Google and then displays the “Hot Searches” on the screen. Our next step is to find other data sources that provide RSS feeds.