Design your own DIY (Do-It-Yourself) learning that leads to edtech, coding, and makerspace certificates.
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.
While tech is a kid’s entertainment and learning buddy today, it’s their ticket to their future tomorrow.
Kano is spotlighting its Harry Potter Kano Coding Kit, a DIY kit that shows you how to build a Bluetooth Coding Wand, learn to code with step-by-step creative challenges, and make magic, with a wave, twist and a twirl.
Specdrums connects coding and technology with kids’ ability to move and tap to create rhythm and sound.
Codeable Crafts is a clever reworking of introductory coding, combining simple crafting (coloring, stickers, cut-out shapes) with visual block-based coding
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.
Teachers are preparing for December's Hour of Code, a global movement designed to promote coding skills.
CRCC is an eight-week virtual coding competition in that provides students and educators the opportunity to build STEM related skills using a cloud-based simulation platform featuring a virtual, 3D animated robot.
CodeCombat's "play first" approach gets kids gaming long before it occurs to them they might want to learn computer programming.
Vidcode aims to get teen girls excited about coding by emphasizing creativity and social media culture and expression.
Since its launch in 2013, the Hour of Code has introduced more than 625,750,509 people ages four to 104, in more than 180 countries, to basic coding and computer science concepts.