Created by the Del Norte County Office of Education                                                        2018

Code to the Core  Hour of Code  2018

Our goal: 100% of students completing at least 1 hour of code December 3-7, 2018

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K-5 

6-8

 9-12

Teacher Training & Support

About the Hour of Code

Kick off Hour of Code with a video!

Join the Hour of Code WORLDWIDE!

What is Creativity! (1 min)

Hour of Code Worldwide (2 min)

Even more videos

Space Quest(Beginner) Pets(Intermediate)

More K-2 Puzzles & Projects

Curriculum and Resources 4 Teachers

Teach Coding with Tynker - Beginner webinar for educators. Click to register for archived video.

Minecraft Hour of Code

Minecraft is back for the Hour of Code with a brand new activity!

4 Coding Tutorials for grades K-2

Offline Minecraft Code Activity

View teacher guide

Robot Coding with BeeBots  

Lesson Ideas & Best Practice - created by Sherry Thompson

Check out a set from the IMC call 10-704

Code to the Core

in K-5

Hour of Code 2018

Coding activities to support core instruction and more!

See ALL Hour of Code Tutorials - sort by Pre-Reader or 2-5

Extend the learning and Inspire students into STEM Careers

Code Studio for K-5: kid tested, teacher approved [video]

Game-based curriculum for K-5

Swift Coding on iPads

Swift Playgrounds

Everyone Can Code

Learn serious code on your iPad. In a seriously fun way.

Work in pairs. Research shows students learn best with pair programming, sharing a computer and working together. Encourage your students to double up.

Want prizes?

Click the button to submit your class evidence of Hour of Code activities and earn prizes.

This teacher-led activity, adapted for the Hour of Code teaches children about communicating securely.

Kick off Hour of Code with a video!

Join the Hour of Code WORLDWIDE!

What is Creativity! (1 min)

Hour of Code Worldwide (2 min)

Even more videos

Coding Puzzles and Projects Gr 6+

Toxic Jungle (Advanced -uses Python)

See ALL Hour of Code Tutorials - sort by grade, device, or subject area

 Hour of Code: Dance Party, a tutorial for students to code, get creative, and even dance, all at once.

Lesson plans for Code Your Own Dance Party

No Devices? No Problem, try the Unplugged Activity

Code to the Core

In 6-8

Hour of Code 2018

Coding activities to support core instruction and more!

Swift Coding on iPads

Swift Playgrounds

Everyone Can Code

Learn serious code on your iPad. In a seriously fun way.


Code Combat - for students comfortable with coding

Brand New! An Unusual Discovery Students use their imagination to code their own story about when two characters meet in a world and discover a surprising object.

Want prizes for your class? Click the submit link below and fill out the form.

Click the button to submit your class evidence of Hour of Code activities and earn prizes..

Computer Science is for everyone.

Hadi Partovi, Hour of Code founder, TEDx Talk. [10 min]

Work in pairs. Research shows students learn best with pair programming,. Encourage your students to double up.

See ALL Hour of Code Tutorials - sort by grade, device, or subject area

Use your creativity and imagination to bring the Google logo to life using code. Go to this activity.

Intro to App Lab  - for students comfortable with coding.

Go to this activity.

Beyond the Hour of Code  -  for Students

Students can research the Computer Science for All initiative and write an argument for the prompt: “Should all students receive basic computer science education?”

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CCSS Writing Standards: Grade 9-10

Code to the Core

in 9-12

Hour of Code 2018

Coding activities to support core instruction and more!

Technology has a language. It’s called code. And we believe coding is an essential skill.

Teaching Code with Apple

Xcode

Everyone Can Code

Work in pairs. Research shows students learn best with pair programming, sharing a computer and working together. Encourage your students to double up.

Want prizes for your class? Click the submit link below and fill out the form.

Click the button to submit your class evidence of Hour of Code activities and earn prizes.

Computer Science is for everyone.

Hadi Partovi, Hour of Code founder, TEDx Talk. [10 min]

How to run and Hour of Code

Video (3 min)

Teachers:

Host an hour and get info from Code.org

Read the How-To Guide

Did 100% of your students earn  Hour of Code Certificates? Submit evidence to collect your prizes.

Prizes may include:

  • 3D printed keychains
  • Laser engraved keychains
  • Stickers
  • Wristbands

Thanks to DN Community School and DNHS for making prizes!

Don't have enough devices? Use pair programming.

How to guides:

For educators

For after-school educators

For companies

For districts

For school assemblies

For parents

For public officials

For volunteers

Code to the Core

TEACHER TRAINING AND SUPPORT

Hour of Code 2018

Coding activities to support core instruction and more!

RESOURCES:

Print certificates for your students.

Print "I did an Hour of Code!" stickers for your students.

Order custom t-shirts for your school.

See all resources to promote and host the Hour of Code

Original Code.org Launch Videos

1 minute version

5 minute version

9 minute version

Computer Science is for everyone.

Hadi Partovi, Hour of Code founder, TEDx Talk. [10 min]

Want prizes for your class? Click the submit link below and fill out the form.

Click the button to submit your class evidence of Hour of Code activities and earn prizes.

Tag your social media posts

#HourOfCode

 @codeorg

#DNcodes

#EngagedDN

How can you guide your K-5 students toward STEM and Computer Science success?

CODE.org FREE training for K-5 teachers is coming to DN in February.

Read more about this training and register here.  

Share your coding moments using these hashtags: #hourofcode #DNcodes #EngagedDN