I have a confession to make. This is very hard for me to admit now, but I didn’t always complete the assigned reading when there was a movie available. 😯 What do Sense and Sensibility, To Kill Mockingbird, and Pride and Prejudice all have in common?
Regrettably, I didn’t recognize Jane Austen’s brilliance in my younger years…
Why would I admit this on a blog read predominately by teachers?
Because I have an amazing tip that is going to save you a TON of time! Thankfully, I have channeled my inner deviance here at Kodable HQ for the greater good, and helped to create some resources that are going to help you easily prepare your Kodable coding curriculum. 🙂
I just downloaded Kodable…now what?
When chatting with teachers who are just starting to use Kodable, the most common question I get is the most obvious one, “What do I do next?” At Kodable, we always recommend reading the Kodable Learning Guide, which still remains the go-to source for everything Kodable. However, sometimes you just don’t have the time, energy, or motivation to sit down, read the whole guide, and begin prepping your lesson plan. Or perhaps you are just a visual learner, and don’t want to waste time reading something that you might not retain.
Kodable’s Getting Started Playlist
If you fall into any of the above categories, I suggest you take FULL advantage of one of the most underused resources we have, our Getting Started with Kodable YouTube Playlist. Here’s a little secret: ALL OF THE MAIN POINTS COVERED IN THE LEARNING GUIDE ARE ON VIDEO!
Quickly learn all of the programming concepts taught in Smeeborg including sequence, conditions, and loops:
Sequence in Kodable
Conditions in Kodable
Loops in Kodable
Looking for tutorials?
Confused or have questions about some of the teacher tools in Kodable such as setting up a class or tracking your student’s progress? We have videos to help you with this too!
Creating a Class in Kodable
Tracking Student Progress in Kodable
Questions or comments?
If you find these videos helpful, be sure to let us know. Or if you think you would benefit from a video tutorial on another subject, we would love to hear this as well. 🙂