Looking for an engaging new way to teach your students how to code?
Entertaining - students have fun while learning basic coding skills
Challenging - students are provided a variety of lessons with varying difficulty levels
Adaptive - students progress at their own speed
It's a great way to empower your students to become coders!
You can learn C++, Java, or Python3 for free using this site. You can start at the very beginning or if you already know some code, you may skip over the basics. Try one today.
Learn to code and help a nonprofit at the same time. You will build projects for nonprofits to use and you can add them to your portfolio.
Students will love learning math, engineering, art, and science from Pixar. They show parts of their movies and how the made them. You get to see the math behind coding some of their scenes. they cover animation, modeling the environment, and more is coming.
CodeNewbie a site for those learning to program. They have podcasts, chats, and learning resources for people new to coding.
This site contains over 2400 free videos that will explain topics from basic arithmetic to calculus. biology, chemistry, physics, electrical engineering, health, finance, civics, art, us and world history, test prep and computer science, programming, animation, and Hour of Code. There are also practice exercises that will help you work your way through each subject.
Would you or your students like more in-depth instruction on coding? Try Codecademy. It offers instruction on making a website, Ruby on Rails, AngularJS , Jave, SQL, and more. They add new content often. So go try a lesson or two. It is all free.
Among the many valuable tips you'll find on her site, she has step-by-step activities for students that will not only keep them engaged, but will compliment your curriculum. I especially like her instructions for creating QR codes from a Google sheet!
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