A group of 5th and 6th graders built a Kano computer in the upper library. The Kano computer and display monitor are unique in that they are put together like a puzzle using pieces that resemble Lego parts. The computer can be disassembled and put back together over and over again, and can thus be used as a learning tool by many groups. Once the computer is assembled, students may use it to code and/or explore educational apps. The computer is even WiFi enabled. Some of the students are joining the Kano community of student coders and learners to collaborate on projects and to share ideas. The Kano reflects the upper school library's philosophy as a learning and creation commons.
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