A technology teacher from New York explains how the online STEM instruction platform CoderZ is an accessible method of teaching coding and helps him introduce students to some of the realities of working in IT and prepares his students for success in the workplace.
From ISTE Live 2022 this week in New Orleans, take a sneak peek into the Codelicious K–12 computer science curriculum, built to be easily integrated into existing instruction and across subjects — and accessible to all teachers regardless of their familiarity with computer science principles.
From ISTE Live 2022 this week in New Orleans, Ashlynn Schindler-Kota introduces THE Journal readers to CoderZ’s game-based coding education platform that teaches kids ages 8+ coding, STEM, computer science, and critical life skills — and why even teachers with no computer science experience can teach coding using CoderZ.
A teacher in Iowa describes how he and other educators not trained in computer science have leveled up and completed training so they can teach the computer science courses being added to high schools across Iowa to meet a new state requirement that takes effect this fall.
When Indiana began requiring all public K-12 schools to teach computer science curriculum, a smaller district created a program that meets the mandate and gets teachers and students excited with the equipment and staff they already had, adding instructional guides and educator support from Codelicious.