Teacher Training included
We have even created a series of Microsoft Teams tutorials to ensure that your coding teachers are fully prepared and equipped to facilitate our lessons, simply, easily and practically, whether students are in class at school or learning remotely from home, no matter whether schools are open or closed.
Offline? Limited Internet? Mobile phone only?
Our lessons work on most devices, including mobile phones, laptops, desktops, tablets and on all operating systems including Microsoft Windows, Apple OSX and Google ChromeOS (think Chromebook). At the very least, all that is needed is a browser and an internet connection, but many of the activities can be done entirely offline, using apps that do not require a permanent internet connection (ie: less data).
Coding during the Coronavirus Pandemic
We recommend that you use the following courses for your learners;
Roadmap: Where are we going with Coding?
On our Roadmap for inclusion into our classes are Trinket and TinkerCAD, amongst other engaging and interactive coding platforms. Some of these lessons work especially well for learners with limited internet access, since the bulk of the work can be done offline (eg: Scratch, Python IDLE), while others require a decent internet connection for all the activities (eg: Code.org, Tynker.com). Hopefully this will enable most of your learners to participate, even if they need to use another family members device to view the instructional videos.
No lesson repeated from Grade 1 to Grade 7?
We now have enough materials available in our SchoolCoding classes to keep your learners engaged for a full year of weekly lessons, and are actively developing this into a comprehensive K12 Coding Curriculum whereby no lesson will be repeated within a primary or secondary school cycle.
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