What Is Hour of Code?
A self-guided activity for students of all ages, kindergarten and up. Tutorials will work on a browser, tablet, smartphone, or even with no computer at all.
No experience needed from teachers and students.
Tutorials will feature lectures from Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, and artwork from popular games Angry Birds and Plants vs Zombies.
An effort to demystify code, and change the conversation around computer science. Visit http://hourofcode.com to learn more
Philadelphia Area Educator / Parent
Hour of Code Information Site
Schools throughout the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania area are participating in Hour of Code, a global movement reaching tens of million of students in 180+ countries during Computer Science Education Week!
(December 5th - 11th, 2015)
This site was created using Tackk.com by
Harvey E. Scribner
Teacher / Technology Teacher Leader / GAFE Admin.
Code.Org Training Facilitator (Mid-Atlantic Region)
Collegium Charter School, Exton, PA
Videos / Information From Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)
Get Your Whole School On-Board By Running This One-Hour Bootcamp
Click The Button Below For Information About Free K-5 Training!
K-5 Curriculum Training Primary Training Site For Philadelphia
(More Cool Links And Resources)
DISNEY DOES IT AGAIN!
Moana: Wayfinding with Code Tutorial
THE NEWEST VERSION OF CODE.ORG'S MINECRAFT TUTORIALS:
Click The STAR WARS Hour of Code Tutorial Picture To Get Started Now!
If not STAR WARS, how about the original MINECRAFT tutorials?
Click the MINECRAFT Hour of Code picture to get started now!
Here Are Other Tools You Will Need:
Some Of Them Do Not Even Require A Computer, And Most Are Free!
(Click on Code.Org above to learn more about them)
"Whether you're a school teacher, an administrator, an after-school teacher, or a volunteer, Code.org provides educational resources for all ages, free of cost. Below is a summary of our curriculum and other programs. Our online courses on Code Studio are meant for use in all settings — in-school, home-schooling, after-school — and can be taught by teachers, parents or volunteers."
- Quote taken directly from the Code.Org website.