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."
For school districts that are interested in adding computer science to their core curriculum, Code.org will provide everything you need, from professional development to curriculum materials, 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 activity, 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.
We provide a collection of videos, posters, and how-to resources to help inspire students to try computer science.
Click below for links to other resources for educators interested in teaching computer science.
As we record inspirational and instructional videos for our own tutorials and curriculum, we will also make these videos available for educators to reuse worldwide, in any classroom or even online. More info coming soon.
By the fall of 2014, we will make our professional development plans and workshop materials publicly available under a Creative Commons License, to enable partners and affiliates to run their own workshops using our materials. For now check out our: