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The Hour of Code is almost here!

On December 9th through the 15th, people all over the world will celebrate coding and computer science by participating in Hour of Code events. We hope your school will have activities or lessons around this so that you can participate, as well. If you and your students use CS First, you may want to do […]

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Explore Coding with Dash & Dot

For those of you who work with students at the elementary level or students at an elementary learning level, Dash & Dot robots provide an easy and interactive way to learn coding. Dash is a wheeled robot who can be programmed to move, make sounds, and more. His friend Dot can be programmed to talk, […]

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Meet Code with Google

In an effort to bring FREE resources to reinforce the language and future-ready skills of coding, Google has expanded its coding program.  With resources from beginning coding to advanced levels, Code with Google offers instructional resources for both students and teachers to build a strong computer science program. There are student tools and professional development […]

This page was last modified by Amber Garvey on Nov 13, 2019 @ 12:56 pm