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.
We had such a great first day in Minnetonka, that we decided to stay for round 2 the very next day! Today’s stops included: Clear Springs Elementary and Cedar Ridge Elementary.
The #KodableRoadTour is moving at lightning speed! We have already visited over 20 schools in 10 states, and we don’t plan on slowing down. 🙂
Today, the Kodable Tour stopped in Greater New York, where we visited two awesome schools that shared with us the progress they have made in their coding curriculum.
Wow, what a day! Day 4 is in the books for the Kodable Road Tour, and our sessions just keep getting better and better. On this particular day of our programming journey, we arrived in Queens, New York, where we had tons of coding fun with our good friends at the Solomon Schechter School of Queens.
Today, the #KodableRoadTrip took us to Wilmington, DE and Newtown Square, PA, where we got a chance to visit with some awesome teachers and students preparing to take programming to the next level!
Today, we kicked off the first leg of our Kodable Road Tour in Maryland and got off to a great start!
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.
Organizing a programming workshop may be exactly what you need to get your school excited about programming. In this week’s chat, we talk about what works best, and how to structure your very own coding workshop.
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.