We’re learning to code with some of our pupils, and thoroughly enjoying ourselves!
But coding is a HUGE subject, so it can be hard to know where to begin. This infographic from code.org navigates the maze, and helps young people channel their effort into learning what’s most useful.
Looking at an alternative to making posters? Try Infographics. They’re like posters, but they represent complex information with simple graphics. You’ll have seen examples all around you!
See this post from the excellent Highland Literacy blog for more information.
In case you haven’t yet discovered Ted Ed, here’s a link to one of the best sources of inspiration for teachers and lifelong learners.
Following on from our last post with will.i.am wondering why we don’t do more coding in school, here’s a great way to get started:
And if you want to give it a try – go on, give it a try 🙂 – visit code. org. Anybody can learn.
I don’t understand why the fight for education isn’t the most dominant thing in society. Kids aren’t learning to code in 4th period. Schools are running like it’s 1970!
Click here to see the full interview.