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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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5 Tips to Rock the Hour of Code (1)

Sam Patterson’s 5 Tips to ROCK the Hour of Code

The Hour of Code is an annual celebration of the ever-growing culture of programming and connected learning. The Hour of Code is an invitation to schools and teachers to bring programming into the learning space […]

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Teacher of the Week (1)

Teacher of the Week: Kaye Rueschhoff

Inspired by parents who were teachers, 21 year teaching veteran Kaye Rueschhoff has worked relentlessly to bring herself up to speed in the constantly evolving digital world. Kaye recently shared with us some amazing ways she’s […]

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Teacher of the Week: Melika Panneri

Our Teacher of the Week caught our eye in a news feature on the amazing work that she’s doing for The Wilson School. We were lucky enough to catch up with Melika Panneri and learn more […]

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Teacher of the Week: Jaime Chanter

We are honored to introduce Jaime Chanter, of Horace Mann and Grant Elementary. Jaime’s teaching career was sparked by learning the value of helping others, and we’re inspired after hearing how one teacher’s passion is […]

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Coding- INTEGRATING the 4 C'S AND THE COMMON CORE (1)

Coding: Strategies for Integrating the 4 c’s and the Common Core

Communication, collaboration, critical thinking, and creativity: skills that are vital to being a successful 21st Century adult, and are directly linked with the style of learning that is demanded by the Common Core.  More than […]

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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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Measuring Coding Progress: 5 Ways to Check for Understanding

Teachers are constantly required to gauge student learning and report on student progress. To do this, we confer with students, do whole group checks throughout lessons, and constantly assess student learning formally and informally. With coding, teaching […]

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Teacher of the Week: Episode 3

As a student, what I loved most about school was knowing I was loved and appreciated by my teachers. The experiences I had being cared for as a person by my own teachers shaped the […]

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