Hour of Code

This week is the Hour of Code to celebrate Computer Science Education Week. It’s a global event to encourage anyone (and everyone) to learn how to do coding. The rules are pretty loose: just find an hour this week sometime to work on code. Some of you will get to do things in your classes and others can do this on your own. You can try some of the activities on the Hour of Code website and then try a few activities on the Khan Academy site. On Khan Academy, you can do an Hour of Drawing Code and design your own animal; try an Hour of Webpages learning CSS and HTML to make a card for someone; or try an Hour of Databases to learn how to manipulate date and make your own store. Spend an hour this week to teach yourself something interesting! Let us know how it goes!Hour of Code

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  1. Hi Jo,

    I’m having all the Pre-Algebra kiddos work on this Friday in class!

    Laura

    On Dec 8, 2014, at 11:53 AM, Books & Bytes wrote:

    WordPress.com Librarian posted: “This week is the Hour of Code to celebrate Computer Science Education Week. It’s a global event to encourage anyone (and everyone) to learn how to do coding. The rules are pretty loose: just find an hour this week sometime to work on code. Some of you wil”

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