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Students teaching others how to code
River City student coding in English class
Southport students coding with Beebots
Westfield Students setting up their Ozobot
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Learning coding in Scratch
Students working together on coding
Stonegate students using Ozobots
Third grade student coding on Windows tablet

card header iconHour of Code - December 4 - 8

card header iconWhat is Hour of Code?

The Hour of Code is a global movement by Computer Science Education Week and reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries through a one-hour introduction to computer science and computer programming.

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card header iconHow do I get started?

Visit the How-to Guide for teachers
1. Watch the 3:09 video
2. Choose a one-hour student guided tutorial
3. Get your students excited by showing inspiring videos and putting up posters
4. Plan your hour - you don't have to have a device for every student!
5. Code at least one hour during the week of December 4-8 and be sure to tweet it out with #Great2bWUSD!

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Tell us when you're doing your Hour of Code by completing this short form: 
We will be sure to have tech available to support you and your students.