I can provide opportunities for students to participate in computer coding introductory lessons. The Hour of Code site (http://hourofcode.com/ca) provides information and support for those who are familiar with coding and for those who are novices. There is something for everyone!
Coding can assist with innovation across subject areas and provides the opportunity for problem solving, critical thinking and logic development.
- Email Byron a time and date when you may be able to bring a class to the learning commons or computer lab.
- School rules regarding computer usage apply so no web surfing to other sites during this time period.
- Use only the sites/apps listed below
Coding Tutorial Websites:
- http://code.org/learn (creating using coding, gaming)
- http://khanacademy.org (drawing with code, creating webpages, learning about creating SQL databases)
- Scratch is a programming language that was created by MIT students and staff in 2003. It is specifically for 8-to-16-year-olds.
- BotLogic.us is a fun, challenge based coding site (and App) for early elementary students.
- GamestarMechanic is a video game designer program meant for upper elementary/junior high. It does not require a student to use identifiable information (PIIDPA safe) to create an account.
- Tynker.com Pick lessons appropriate for your age group. Student email required for account creation.
Coding with Java Script:
- KhanAcademy has a terrific site utilizing video instruction and hands on activities to learn Java coding.
Coding Apps: Go to the App Store and download these free Apps: