Sachem High School North Library
Hour of Code Resources
Computer science drives innovation throughout the US economy, but it remains marginalized throughout K-12 education. Not all states allow students to count computer science courses toward high school graduation. There are over 500,000 open computing jobs nationwide. Last year, fewer than 45,000 computer science students graduated into the workforce. https://code.org/promote
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Hour of Code: Every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science
Learn to code, interactively for free. How can coding help you? Hear
how Tommy went from knowing nothing about code to building one of Time’s
‘50 Best Websites’ after learning with Code Academy.
Scratch is a free programming language and online community where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations.
In addition to providing the same free activities found on
Scratch.com, such as interactive stories, games, and animations, Itch
integrates the lessons inside the Scratch user interface. Teachers also
have the option of creating their own coding courses.
is a free tool designed to excite students, especially young women,
about coding. Users upload their own videos, and use pre-made effects to
alter the video while learning about the code that makes the changes
Hour of Code with Tynker
is a creative computing platform where millions of kids have learned to
program and build games, apps and more. Tynker offers self paced online
courses for children to learn coding at home, as well as an engaging
programming curriculum for schools.
Get Started with Hour of Code/PBS Learning Media
Other Examples of Writing Code Objective: Students will write specific and sequential steps on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Chapter One: peanut butter and jelly sandwich "algorithm" (6:22)
Computer Programmers Jobs: Occupational Outlook Handbook/Bureau of Labor Statistics