Hour of Code: Teacher's How to Guide

I've been hearing from more and more teachers that they are interested in doing an hour of code with their students during the week of December 8th to 14th. That's awesome! It's become a worldwide sensation that is held during Computer Science Education Week. Our elementary students have done it for a few years and I'd love to have more teachers on board. You don't even have to know how to code!

I found this great how to guide for teachers. I really recommend checking it out so you can see just how easy it is. Click here!

In fact, I'm assisting a high school teacher next week do an hour of code on Tuesday with her students. It's the second day of the trimester and the day before vacation, so not necessarily ideal to dig into the regular curriculum. What a perfect time for hour of code instead!

Don't think you can pull it off? Let me help! I can come into your class during your hour of code session to help you make it happen. In fact, I've set up my appointment slots for the ENTIRE YEAR! So you can now book me as far in advance as you want to. I'm doing everything I can to make myself as accessible to you as I possibly can. So book me up!

I actually started doing hour of code with my 2.5 year old tonight. She LOVES it! If she can do it, you can, too!


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