Hour of Code

Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science!

Many classrooms have already started the adventure of exposing students to the world of computer science through coding.  Some students are making their own video games using Pixel Press Floors and Hopscotch.  Others are using the curriculum on code.org  and Khan Academy.  Scratch, Scratch Jr. and Tynker are other resources to check out if you’re interested in having your kids learn to code.  Leave a comment and let us know how your classroom and/or children are learning about computer science!

Make sure to check out the resources on the Hour of Code site at http://csedweek.org.

Also, check out the Computer Science Education Resource Guide @ http://www.smartscholar.com/computer-science-guide/

2 thoughts on “Hour of Code

  1. Thanks and New Suggestion for your “Hour of Code” Page

    Hi there,

    First off, I wanted to say thank you for putting together the “Hour of Code” page on your site (http://ey.westside66.org/hour-of-code/). There are some really useful links/resources on there.

    Also, there’s another great resource by SmartScholar called the “Computer Science Education Resource Guide” (http://www.smartscholar.com/computer-science-guide/) that I thought your visitors would also find helpful. Perhaps it would be worth adding it to your list? Let me know what you think.

    In any case, hope I’m not bothering you. Have a great day!

    Best,
    Tessie

    1. Thanks so much for telling us about the Computer Science Education Resource Guide. We added it to our Hour of Code post!

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