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Did you know that computing is the #1 source of wages in the U.S.? Computer science is foundational for every industry today.
That’s one reason to join in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (December 7-13). More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code. We want to ensure that our students are on the forefront of creating technology of the future—not just consuming it.
The Hour of Code is a great way to start Computer Science Education Week. Visit https://csedweek.org/learn for how-to guides, tutorials, handouts, celebrity posters and videos to excite students, and teacher-guided lesson plans! There is something for every subject!
Visit https://code.org/learn for a list of available activities. Many are free!
Many of the Hour of Code activities are free for schools.
Outcome of the Activity:
Students are exposed to the world of computer science and coding. Code.org believes that once students see what they can create with code, they’re empowered to keep going.
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