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12 Questions on Coding and Startups at Kodable

A couple months ago, one of our longest-tenured Kodable users sent me an email for a student in her class. She wanted to learn more about computer science, problem solving, and startups, and had a […]

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Coding Your Classroom Culture

Build Classroom Community with Coding Team Builders!

Back to school means old faces, new faces, and getting to know each other in a new classroom community. We know fostering collaboration and building an emotionally supportive environment positively impacts academic achievement and developing […]

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Code your Back to School Procedures!

An elementary classroom without clear procedures for daily routines means chaos. As you head back to school and get your classroom operating like a well-oiled machine, consider including some coding concepts to make it fun and frontload […]

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Teacher to Teacher: Welcome to Kodable Academy!

Our mission has always been (and will always be!) making it as easy as possible to teach programming in elementary school. For us, this means equipping teachers with the  knowledge and understanding needed to teach computer […]

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Full Implementation: Step 4 to Implementing Computer Science in Elementary

This is the final piece of our 4 part series covering each stage of implementing computer science in elementary school, based on thousands of conversations with educators.  Full implementation- it’s go time! You’re ready to […]

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Learn JavaScript with Kodable

Learn JavaScript with Kodable

It is a big day at Kodable! For the past three years, we have been working toward one goal: making it as easy as possible to teach programming in elementary school! Now we provide a […]

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Teacher of the Week: Polly Meissner

Watch Froz-N-Code, inspired by Polly! Congratulations on being chosen as teacher of the week! Can you start off by telling us a little bit about your teaching background?  I work with 8 elementary schools doing […]

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