asked, the thinking being made visible and collaboration students were engaging in as they figured out the inevitable challenges this type of coding presents. I heard things like “this is so difficult” but then another student quickly chiming in “at least, it’s not impossible”, “How can we solve this..?”Additionally, as the exploratory sessions unfolded it became clear that most students were still obsessively coding when their hour was up - some of them, having to be ripped away from their iPads. Others opting to come back with their parents for a second session after school. All in all, very few students zoned out during the hour. Engagement was high all around, and thanks in large part to the team of (student, parent and teacher) volunteers who helped students get unstuck at critical moments they were able to experience success at each level of the various modules. As educators, it is this type of engagement, resiliency and maturity in students one hopes to see.