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Computer Science as a Core Subject

Thought leaders in the educational technology space surrounding computer science share their thoughts about the future of math, making a case for...

How to Run an Hour of Code

If you want to start and Hour of Code with your students this is the place to start. This short video will list all of the steps that go into getting...

Introducing Coding With Scratch Jr.

Kids don't have to be destined for a life of computer programing to enjoy coding. Every student should have a chance to explore coding for its many...

CodePen: A Coding Playground for Your Students

Are you teaching digital coding and need a resource to put your class on the next-level?  Do you have a student that is ready to advance his/her...

Teaching Coding with Tickle App

If you are looking for an awesome app for the iPad to help your efforts to teach the Hour of code, we suggest you take a look at Tickle. This video,...

Get Sphero Moving With the Tickle App

Without a real task or problem to solve, computer coding is just a bunch of numbers and letters. Students love exploring with programmable toys like...

Computer Science With Google CS First

Google is a leader in the field of computer science, and they are providing many of their resources to our students. Here is what Google has to...

Little Bits-Electronic Building Blocks

Little Bits are color coded electronic buiding blocks that allow students to build, invent and experiment with coding. Little Bits are appropriate...

Meet Dash

Welcome to the world of Dash, the robot. There are five apps which interact with Dash, each with one providing a varying level of difficulty to...

Algorithms & Sequencing - for Primary!

While the words algorithm and sequencing can sound big, scary and confusing (even to adults!), they are foundational components of coding and ideas...

Graph Paper Programming

Introduce basic concepts such as sequencing and algorithms to your students with this unplugged activity from code.org. In this activity, students...

Teaching Binary: Count the Dots Activity

Would you like to teach your students how to count like a computer? If so, check out this unplugged activity that will demonstrate how the binary...

Solving Problems with PhET Simulations

Sometimes you don’t have the time, money, or resources to create hands-on simulations in your classroom. PhET provides fun, free, interactive,...

Computer Science is for Everyone

Have you ever wondered what the job market will look like in 15 years?  If so, how do you plan on preparing your students for their future careers?...