How To Host An Hour Of Code At Your School

Introduce your K-12 students to computer programming through a fun, interactive Hour of Code event at your school!
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (60 ratings)
4,748 students
How To Host An Hour Of Code At Your School
Rating: 4.4 out of 5 (60 ratings)
4,748 students
Learn how to run an Hour of Code session at your K-12 school
Discover resources for students to continue their computer programming education after the Hour of Code session

Requirements

  • A computer with modern web browser and Internet connection
  • A passion for teaching kids!

Description

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The team at Awesome Inc has run over a dozen Hour of Code sessions at K-12 schools, introducing over 1200 students to the basics of Computer Science and programming. This course covers a few tips and tricks that we've learned to make these sessions more fun for students, and more enjoyable for teachers/staff/parents to facilitate.

Who this course is for:

  • K-12 teachers, administrators, and parents who want to host an Hour of Code at their school

Course content

6 sections • 12 lectures • 58m total length
  • Intro the the Hour of Code
    01:34

Instructor

Learn to Code, Start a Company, Create Something New.
Awesome Inc
  • 3.8 Instructor Rating
  • 188 Reviews
  • 10,106 Students
  • 6 Courses

Founded in 2009, Awesome Inc exists to create and grow high-tech startups. We do this by hosting community events, leading technology education courses, and offering a shared workspace. Our Awesome Fellowship Program provides mentorship for early-stage startups, while our Awesome Inc U program helps anyone learn to code. Our small but nimble team is made up of engineers, designers, marketers, and experienced entrepreneurs. Collectively, we hold masters degrees in economics, business, psychology, and public administration, and have started more than half a dozen companies.