Scratch is a powerful platform for learning to code because it not only teaches all the essential concepts of coding but can also be easily integrated into almost any subject area.
Comprehensive tools for curriculum mapping, organizing assessments, networking, and tracking student progress on standards.
Students can create notes, snap images, make checklists, or record audio on a mobile device or computer and make the information available on any other device or computer.
Codeable Crafts is a clever reworking of introductory coding, combining simple crafting (coloring, stickers, cut-out shapes) with visual block-based coding
The Educreations iPad app makes it simple for students and teachers to create a multi-page presentation or lesson that can easily be shared with other students, teachers, or parents.
In Think Like Churchill, users face several scenarios from Nobel laureate and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's life and must weigh how to respond at key decision points.
Google’s Made with Code aims to introduce girls to the world of coding through various resources including tutorials, videos, partner projects, and community connections.