Looking for a way to participate in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Education week (December 8-14)? We’ve got you covered with a full-fledged coding curriculum you can do with your students.
Created by teacher Alexandra Vlachakis and student Ty Simpson of Sandy Creek High School in Georgia and hosted on Vocareum <codeLMS>, an online coding management system that is integrated with Edmodo, the curriculum consists of three simple assignments:
- Hello World – Your very first Java program, but with a twist
- Transforming Images – Build your very own Instagram
- Create Your Very Own Flag – Build your own Hour of Code flag
You can access this curriculum using your existing Edmodo username and password, making it even easier to get your students involved!
Alex will be hosting a few Google Hangout sessions this week to help familiarize teachers with the content and the platform. Sign up by sending your name, email address, and the timeslot you would like to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org:
- Wednesday – 6:00 pm ET
- Thursday – 12:00 pm ET
- Thursday – 6:00 pm ET
- Friday – 11:00 am ET
You can also watch this introductory video made by Alex and Ty.
For more Hour of Code ideas and to share your experiences, be sure to join the Hour of Code Community on Edmodo, and get ready to bring the 21st century to your students!