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CS First is a free web-based program that exposes students to computer science through video tutorials and modules that students participate in as after-school, in-school and summer programs.
Girls Who Code founder and CEO Reshma Saujani is on a mission to more girls off the sidelines and into computer science careers.
Use Scratch to boost student engagement and infuse coding into your existing curriculum.
The most compelling topics among educators who embrace technology for learning and teaching are not about the tech at all, but about the students. Here’s a list of the hottest topics in ed tech for 2017.
The ideal makerspace is one designed by kids for kids.
Incorporate coding, computational thinking and computer science into all content areas, including math, science and social studies, with or without a device.
You don’t have to be a computer scientist to teach coding, and students don't need devices to learn coding skills.
Elementary school students are the perfect age to learn coding. Here are five reasons why you should teach K-5 students to code.
In this EdTekTalk, Code.org and Hour of Code co-founder Hadi Partovi explains why schools in the digital age must teach computer science as a foundational skill, just like biology and math — and why the U.S. is missing a major economic opportunity if they don't.
Many organizations, from Disney to Khan Academy, have joined Code.org to offer hundreds of activities centered on coding and computational thinking.
One day soon, computer science will be a required course at all U.S. high schools. That concept has school technology associate Trish Cloud thinking about how to prepare even her youngest learners for their future.
Coding education over the past five years is igniting worldwide interest as teachers gain expertise, and new products make it possible for teens and college students to improve the world right in their classrooms.
Are your students intimidated by science, technology, engineering or math? Win them over by letting them collaborate in one of these fun online STEM challenges for middle and high schoolers.
Code.org believes that in today's technology-dependent world, all students should be learning computer science. You don't need to be a computer expert to learn how to teach your students coding and other CS skills with these free student courses, professional development, inspirational materials and community.
In the digital age, computational thinking — the ability to solve problems using technology, among other things — will be a necessary skill set for students, teachers and citizens.
Advocates for making computer science a mandatory part of school curriculum talked it out with district leaders at the first Point-Counterpoint Debate: Coding in the Curriculum.
Many educators believe students should be taught coding as young as kindergarten to build critical-thinking skills and prepare for careers of the future.
Computer science skills empower students to become proactive learners and creators instead of mere consumers. In honor of Computer Science Education Week, here are some resources to help you incorporate computer science into your classroom.
To get the best results from pair programming, remember that communication is key — and good manners don’t hurt either!
When students pair up to learn programming, they gain more confidence, achieve higher test scores and have more fun than students who learn on their own.
Computer science advocates argue that CS is not just another subject — it’s a tool that can teach both the tech skills and the thinking skills students need in the digital age. It’s a hard sell, however, given the realities of limited funding and class time in elementary school, when students are still mastering basic literacy and numeracy.
Coding is too important a skill to relegate to after-school clubs. See how one school district integrates it into the core curriculum to give all students — including young children, girls, students with disabilities and English language learners — the chance to try computer science and programming.
Since only one in 10 schools offer computer programming classes, bringing coding into the classroom often means teachers must start from scratch. So we asked educators to offer their best tips for getting started.
Solving the STEM problem starts with individual educators rethinking their approach — and incorporating STEM skills into other subjects.
Computer science education is becoming increasingly accepted in schools and is now a more integral part of the ed tech community.
Schools that want to improve learning outcomes for girls in science, technology, engineering and math classes may want to stop lecturing and start using active learning models.
Choosing the right STEM tools for your students can be intimidating. Here’s a short guide to the factors you should consider, from grade level and subject area to cost.
Make the most of your ISTE 2017 experience with a few tools to help you get organized.
Reaching beyond school walls opens up a world of vibrant learning communities in which educators share ideas and propel each other to grow.
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