The Hour of Code is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour. You can also teach the Hour of Code all year-round. Tutorials work on browsers, tablets, smartphones, or "unplugged."
Sign up to be notified about Code.org workshops coming this fall. Workshops will provide training and support for teaching Code.org's new K-5 curriculum, with distinct courses for K-1, 2-3 and 4-5.
Bring permanent computer science courses to your entire district. Code.org will provide everything you need, from professional development to curriculum, including stipends for teachers. If you are a private or international school, know that all of our curriculum and professional development resources will be publicly available under a Creative Commons License.
Code.org's K-8 Intro to Computer Science course is a 20-hour series of tutorials and activities, designed for any educator to host in a classroom, after-school, or even in a club outside of school.
In partnership with Donorschoose.org we are offering up to $1,000 in rewards to the first 1,000 teachers to successfully establish this course in U.S. public school classrooms.
We aim to provide curriculum resources for a full K-12 pathway in computer science. This is a work in progress, in collaboration with educators throughout the computer science community. All of our curriculum resources will be publicly available under a Creative Commons License.
Here's a collection of videos, posters, and how-to resources to help inspire students to try computer science. Also, use our educational video library and nominate a student or teacher you know for a Code.org award.
Click below for links to other resources for educators interested in teaching computer science.
By fall 2014, we will make workshop materials publicly available under a Creative Commons License. We are currently recrutiing: