Looking for something to do for an hour? We have put our heads together and come up with a list of 10 great activities you can try!
The Hour of Code is almost here, and guess what?! You can learn the basics of programming with Kodable! Follow these 5 simple steps to get your students started coding!
Did you miss our migration webinar? Do you still have questions about the Kodable Class to Kodable migration? Watch our migration webinar in its entirety right here. 🙂
How can I encourage my colleagues to start teaching/facilitating programming? How can I get my whole school coding? We came up with a number of suggestions/potential solutions in this week’s #KidsCanCode Chat.
Did you miss a #KidsCanCode Chat? Do you have a question that you think we may have answered in one of our #KidsCanCode Chats? Well, I have great news for you…we have an entire archive of our past chats! And they are now super easy to find!
The #HourOfCode is almost upon us! Are you ready? This week we talked about how are preparations are going, potential activities, and our experiences from last year. Oh yea, and how awesome it is!
Joined by guest moderator @JackLawicki, we had a thought provoking discussion about the pros and cons of structured and unstructured coding lessons, and chatted about whether or not we should work to find a healthy balance.
This Halloween Week, we have had a TON of requests from teachers/students looking to create and design their own Fuzzes. What better way to get into the spirit of Halloween/Coding than creating your own Kodable Fuzz?!
What do I do if my school is not 1:1? What are the best ways to go about sharing digital devices? This week in #KidsCanCode Chat, we answer these questions, and discuss the pros and cons of sharing classroom technology.
For many educators seeking to plan a coding curriculum without having mastered the basics of computer science, it often appears to be a lot like buying a prom ticket before having secured a date. Because of this, we have gone to great lengths at Kodable to prepare you to teach your kids to code and offer some friendly tips.