This week we explore how computers are influencing learning, BYOD plans, and the best ways to encourage students to own their mistakes!
There are so many resources out there for “learning to code” these days that it can be next to impossible to know where to start. In this 3-part series, I will share with you my journey from learning to code at 6 to founding Kodable. Hopefully this will inspire your own programming journey!
Do you have a Kodable Teacher Account? Unsure how to get started? On Wednesday, August 13th @ 10am PDT, we will be hosting an instructional webinar to help you set up and organize your Kodable Teacher Account. Learn how to add classes or students, create differentiated lesson plans, and familiarize yourself with our newest features. 🙂
Wait a second; I know what you are thinking. What on earth does instituting a programming curriculum in your class or school have to do with The Hobbit? Well, as it turns out, quite a lot actually.
Are you on the fence on whether or not you should introduce programming next school year? The easy answer is that you ABSOLUTELY should! But, for those who are not as easily convinced, we have put together a list of the top 10 reasons why we believe coding should be taught to every child. 🙂
Why teach programming? Odds are you already know how important it is to learn to code. But just incase you don’t – I’ll recap.
Are you thinking of teaching kids to code? Here are 5 reasons we think it is a good idea!