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Hour of Code

23 Oct

The Hour of Code is coming: Dec 8 to 14 http://t.co/ouKDP2PnKE The Hour of Code is a
global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries and
over 30 languages. Ages 4 to 104.

But you do not have to wait (plus many of us in Australia will be on holidays, so why
not promote some coding now with students and/parents?). Easy, free and fun
– step by step online learning games, also has videos.

Start here: http://studio.code.org/hoc/1 (from  beginner onwards with 20 stages)

Video why teachers should do hour of code http://code.org/educate/hoc 3 mins 29 and how to run hour of code

Join at http://hourofcode.com/us#join

How do I print certificates for my students?

Each student gets a chance to get a certificate via email when they finish the Code.org tutorials. Just click on the certificate to print it. However, if teachers want to make new certificates for your students, visit our Certificates page http://code.org/certificates to print as many certificates as you like, in one fell swoop!

More for teachers at http://code.org/educate and http://hourofcode.com/us/resources/how-to

Promotion resources http://hourofcode.com/us/resources#posters

More coding tutorials http://code.org/learn
And http://code.org/learn/beyond
Courses for all ages http://studio.code.org/

Much, much more at: http://hourofcode.com/us

Another good site is http://projects.codeclubworld.org/en-GB/  Free Scratch printables at http://scratch.mit.edu/help/cards/

 
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