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Planning for the Hour of Code with your classroom that’s gone virtual? Try a CodeByte! Designed to fit smoothly into a distance learning plan, CodeBytes are easy-to-digest, 20 minute interactive lessons that will stream during Computer Science Education Week, December 7-11.
We saw how many people loved taking a Code Break earlier this year. So, we’re packaging up that CS goodness into 5 different fun-sized CodeBytes during the week!
Every episode features a new lesson that blends computer science with real-world topics. One day, students will use Dance Party to get creative and express themselves. Another day, they’ll explore environmental sustainability with Artificial Intelligence.
Lessons are created and led by our very own Code.org staff, many of whom were teachers themselves previously! This means you don’t need any additional resources or lesson plans in order to organize a fun and educational Hour of Code event to your class even when they are participating from home. All you and your students have to do is tune-in!
American Sign Language (ASL) is a way to communicate without speaking. We’ll be training a computer to read sign language with our own images of ASL letters. Teachable Machine and AI for Oceans will be used during this lesson.
Everyone’s invited to a digital dance off as we code characters to do your favorite dance moves in Dance Party!
A virus has infected Monster Town! We’ll code an Outbreak Simulator and make predictions about what will happen to the neighbors of Monster Town.
Want to help your community? Learn the basics of designing a simple app in AppLab that you can immediately share with others.
Let’s dig into the world of Minecraft to help the Agent activate switches, place blocks, and clear obstacles to pick up items for the journey!