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Coding Resources

Introducing Computational Thinking

OZOBOT Printables

More Resources 

FOR TEACHERS: Computational Thinking course:
Every December teachers are invited to celebrate Computer Science Education Week with their students with the Hour of Code - 'How To' for Teachers REGISTRATION opens in October.

FOR K-5 TEACHERS: Learn to make your own game, app, or computer drawing
Gr 6-12 Teachers: Build real working apps, games, and websites using blocks, JavaScript, CSS, HTML, and more. This course is intended for grades 6-8. It is designed for teachers who may not have a Computer Science background. Intro to CS (14 week intro to CS - ages 11-14 years using the micro:bit)  

FOR TEACHERS: What is Computational Thinking? What: A free online course helping educators integrate computational thinking into their curriculum Who: Humanities, Math, Science, and Computing educators When: All of the course materials are available as a self-study program 

FOR STUDENTS: Access to digital training and resources to help young people develop essential skills for the future https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/athome/digitalskills/discover/ 

FOR TEACHERS: ADST resources -  a collaborative effort of BC teachers https://bcadst.weebly.com/store/c3/Computational_Thinking.html

Worksheets & Templates

iPads borrowing chart(1).docxiPads borrowing sheet.docx 
- download and print to refill the duotangs in the District Coding Cart

Previous Workshop Resources

Summer Institute at Science World Primary Coding Session sample: STEAM DAYS OF SUMMER.pdfSTEAM DAYS OF SUMMER.pdf
Van Tech Code Workshop Series: Microbit to Step Counter.docx microbit to reaction timer.docx

ASSESSMENT RUBRIC: ct_assessment_rubrics_gr.pdfct_assessment_rubrics_gr.pdf (taken from the BC ADST website)


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