If you recently updated Kodable on your iPad, you might have noticed that Kodable looks…a little…different. You’re right! We have spent the last month improving our iOS version of Kodable, and are now happy to present to you the latest changes to Kodable on the iPad.
After a long drive form Chicago, we kicked off Day 8 in Minnesota (said in MN accent) ;P. Today, we visited 3 schools!! Wow, what a jam packed day…but so much to share!
The time has finally come! We are ready to embark on our Kodable Road Tour, and teach programming to over 1,500 students in 30 schools across the country.
When students learn to code, they also learn how to problem solve. In this edition of #KidsCanCode Education Chat, we discuss the importance of practicing problem solving through coding.
It’s been awhile in the making, but we are proud to announce that the new Kodable Curriculum is now LIVE and can be accessed right from your Kodable Teacher Dashboard!
We all come from different educational backgrounds, teach many subjects, and have varying responsibilities–but we do have one thing in common. We all teach CS/programming! Let’s chat about our roles as CS educators.
I want to start teaching programming, but I don’t know what concepts to cover? What are the most important programming concepts, and how do I teach them? This is our topic of discussion in this week’s #KidsCanCode Education Chat.
We all have a technology wish list…but where to find funding? In this #KidsCanCode Chat we not only add to your wish list (unintentionally, I swear), but we come up with some great ideas for fundraising, finding grants, crowdfunding, and getting the $$$ you need.
In this week’s chat we are joined by special guest moderator @tcarey98, who is here to chat about inquiry-based coding activities, making coding an ongoing project, and encouraging students to dive deeper into coding.
#CSEdWeek and the #HourOfCode has finally arrived! This week, we talk about how it is going so far!