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Hour of Code: Resource Roundup


The Hour of Code begins in three weeks, and we have decided to once again use the week to not only promote computer science education but to also look at how to best integrate technology into our math instruction. I know there are schools out there still searching for the right tools to use to promote coding. If you are still looking for the best way to start a coding program in your school, I’d like to share resources that we’ve used (or considered) over the past two years including: Kodable, Minecraft, Khan Academy, Build with Chrome, Lego Mindstorms, Codeacademy, and Scratch. If you’d like to see more resources by grade level, check out this K-8 Hour of Code resource list from tlb





About principalaim

Head of Lower School & Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, Louisville Collegiate School

One comment on “Hour of Code: Resource Roundup

  1. kedavis99
    November 20, 2014

    Just so teachers and parents know code is adding a Frozen inspired how of code activity. I tried it yesterday it was really cute.

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