Does learning to code promote skills that are valuable across the curriculum?

Learning to code in school is more popular than ever, and it's never been easier for teachers to get started. What's more, coding can teach students skills that apply across the curriculum, beyond computer science. So, what's the best way to get kids coding in the classroom? Here you'll find practical tips on how to set up learn-to-code lessons that empower students to become producers, not just consumers, of digital media.

Teaching Strategies for Coding

Cheat Sheet: Get Started With Coding

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How to Start and Build an Inclusive Computer Science Program

How can schools help increase diversity in the field of computer science? KQED's...
Source: MindShift

Coding Apps, Games, and Websites

Best Apps and Websites for Learning Programming and Coding

Best Apps and Websites for Learning Programming and Coding

Help kids learn the logic and languages of the digital world.

From Dabbling to Doing: 6 Tools That Excite Kids About Coding

From KQED's MindShift, tools that make it easy to get started and keep kids...
Source: MindShift

Hour of Code Resources

Hour of Code Participation Guide

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Source: Code.org
An Hour of Code for a Lifetime of Knowledge

An Hour of Code for a Lifetime of Knowledge

You don't need to be a programmer to introduce your students to coding.

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One Small Step: Getting Started with Coding

Can beginning-level coding lessons shape the way students see and read the web?

Make Coding a Student-Centered Activity

How can teachers help young coders become creators in the digital world?