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<a data-cke-saved-href="https://csedweek.org/about" href="https://csedweek.org/about" style="color: blue; text-decoration-line: none; font-family: Arial, Menlo, Consolas, " andale="" mono",="" "lucida="" console",="" "nimbus="" mono="" l",="" "dejavu="" sans="" monospace,="" "courier="" new";="" font-size:="" 16px;="" text-indent:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);"="" target="_blank" title="Computer Science Education Week - nowe okno">From: Hadi Partovi (Code.org) [mailto:hadi_partovi@code.org]
Sent: Friday, November 04, 2016 1:22 AM
To:
spbogdaniec@wp.pl
Subject: First new activities for Hour of Code are here

 

The Hour of Code is coming during Computer Science Education Week: December 5-11!

Have you signed up your classroom yet? In a world where technology is changing everything, the Hour of Code movement has introduced over 100 million students to computer science. Help us reach every student with critical 21st century skills.

What’s new for this year?

We’re very excited to announce that our list of Hour of Code activities has just been refreshed with new content, an updated look, and a filter tool that will allow you to find the best activity for your classroom.

Some cool things about this refresh:

  • We’ve expanded our selection to include over 200 tutorials and lesson plans that introduce students to computer science in a variety of ways. Have fun exploring!
  • Has your class done the Hour of Code before? Maybe they’re even experts at certain puzzles. No problem. Use our new filters to discover more challenging activities that fit all grade and experience levels!
  • There are tons of other ways to filter activities, too: find offline tutorials, and activities that work with robots, iPads, Androids, and whatever other hardware your class has!
  • Want to connect computer science to social studies, math, or another subject? Use the new topic filter to find subject-specific activities. And encourage other subject area teachers at your school to sign up and try it in their classrooms too.
  • There are more updates to come through November, including a few surprise activities that your students will love. Follow us @teachcode to get the latest!

For those who have never done the Hour of Code before, the basics of the campaign are still the same: Anybody can learn, no experience required, and it only takes an hour. But for veteran teachers, there are now lesson plans that let you guide students through more complicated activities.

We hope that our broad selection of activities will enable both newcomers and veterans to get the most out of their Hour of Code. This year, make an Hour of Code that is truly your own!

Inspire your classroom with a local volunteer

Invite a local volunteer to inspire your students by talking about the breadth of possibilities in computer science. There are thousands of volunteers around the world ready to help with your Hour of Code. Use this map to find local volunteers who can visit your classroom or join a video chat with your students.

Notice: Code.org hasn't vetted volunteers listed on the map and makes no assurances about them. We simply offer a matching service, and Hour of Code planners should do their own background checks in compliance with local policies.

Find resources in your country

Are you celebrating Computer Science Education Week outside of the United States? There might be an Hour of Code partner in your country! Check out our list of Hour of Code partners around the world and connect with your local resource to learn what your country is doing for the Hour of Code.

Don’t see your country listed? Write us at support@code.org to become an international Hour of Code partner for 2017.

Thank you again for your support. This movement has only been possible because of you. Have fun planning your Hour of Code this December.

-Hadi Partovi,
Code.org


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From: Hadi Partovi (Code.org) [mailto:hadi_partovi@code.org]
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2016 8:20 PM
To:
spbogdaniec@wp.pl
Subject: Do an Hour of Code with Disney!

 

Introducing "Disney: Wayfinding with Code"

Today Code.org and Disney revealed a new Hour of Code tutorial featuring characters from an upcoming Disney animated film. We are thrilled to be able to offer this activity to you as you prepare to do an Hour of Code with your classrooms between December 5-11 to celebrate Computer Science Education Week—and no experience with code is required to teach it.

We’ve partnered with Disney and Lucasfilm in the past on Hour of Code activities featuring Frozen and Star Wars™ characters—some of our most popular ever, thanks to you. We were particularly excited that both of these beloved tutorials featured strong female characters—teachers used these to provide an introduction to computer science for female students around the world.

You’ve helped the Hour of Code reach 50 million girls, a milestone in female participation for computer science. Help us reach 50 million more with “Disney: Wayfinding with Code”!

The story of the “Disney: Wayfinding with Code” tutorial centers around two characters as they sail through unknown territory across the ocean. As students follow these travels, they learn basic coding commands that help steer the boat. Along the way, students are introduced to conditionals, sequences and loops while they master the art of navigation. When the characters are suddenly attacked by the Kakamora – coconut-clad warriors—they must use their coding skills to dodge their pirate projectiles and penetrate their defenses.

The “Disney: Wayfinding with Code” tutorial is available in more than 180 countries and 23 languages, including Samoan Polynesian. Thank you to Disney for helping us give children all over the world the opportunity to learn the basics of coding.

Inspire your classroom with a local volunteer

http://partners.disney.com/hour-of-code/wayfinding-with-code?cds&cmp=vanity%7Cnatural%7Cwayfinding%7Cmoanahoc%7C  

 

Invite a local volunteer to inspire your students by talking about the breadth of possibilities in computer science. There are thousands of volunteers around the world ready to help with your Hour of Code. Use this map to find local volunteers who can visit your classroom or join a video chat with your students.

Notice: Code.org hasn't vetted volunteers listed on the map and makes no assurances about them. We simply offer a matching service, and Hour of Code planners should do their own background checks in compliance with local policies.

Computer Science Education Week (December 5-11, 2016) is almost here! Sign up your Hour of Code event here and check out all the new activities that you can filter on our site based on grade level, experience level, subject area, and more. Find the perfect activity for your class at https://code.org/learn.

Have fun with your class this December, and thank you for leading this movement!

Hadi Partovi,
Code.org


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