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The next generation of Canadians are going to have a tough time learning how to code in the classroom.
It is not a surprise that the next generation is going to be better at coding than the past.
And the problem with this is that they are more likely to be taught computers in the first place.
“If you are in your 20s, 30s or 40s, it is a bit of a challenge to teach them computer programming,” said Lisa Hockenberry, a professor of computer science at Carleton University in Ottawa.
The most common problem students have is that their teacher doesn’t understand what they are talking about, she said.
One of the main reasons for this is the lack of teaching software.
In the U.S., teachers can download free tools to help students learn the basics of programming, but in Canada, there is no software available to help teachers prepare for the future.
Hockenbow believes that technology will help in the future, but it won’t be in the way we teach it.
She has been working with educators to develop software that will teach computer programming and be available for schools to use.
But she said she has seen the first students who take this course are not as good as they could be.
“The first batch of students, they didn’t have any problems with the course.
They didn’t know anything about computers, they just started with the basics,” she said, adding that this was a sign of a better future.