2018 Tech Tip #6 - Code.org

Tech Tip #6 - Code.org

What is it?

If you participated in Hour of Code las week and are looking for a way to continue learning or teaching computer science, Code.org is the place to start. I have used it for single activities, but also as my curriculum for AP Computer Science Principles for the past two years. It makes it so easy to get started with a topic that can be intimidating to teachers. My college degree was in chemistry education, but through a variety of trainings and the materials available from Code.org I am able to successfully and confidently teach computer science.

How do I get started?
  1. Go to Code.org and click Sign In.
  2. You can create an account or sign in using Google (my personal favorite). 
  3. Then you are off to explore! Once you are logged in you have the ability to create classes, access lesson plans, and create your own coding projects. 


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