Resources Safety Harbor CoderDojo

CoderDojo.com lists everything from tutorials and teaching concepts to partner resources and e-books. Really great curriculum and projects that can be led by any CoderDojo volunteer.

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Code.org is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color.

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CS First provides free curriculum targeted at students ages 9-14. These activities can be tailored to fit your schedule and needs and involve block-based coding using Scratch. Lessons are themed to attract students with varied interests and Champions can also order a set of stickers, student passports, and other materials for free from Google to use with their club.

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Using Scratch, students program their own interactive stories, games, and animations. The platform is targeted at youth from 8-18 but can be enjoyed by all ages!

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More suitable for older students or students with a desire to learn the fundamentals of a specific coding language, Codecademy provides a series of free courses in HTML, CSS, Ruby on Rails, SQL and more.

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The Raspberry Pi Foundation has developed a long list of activities that are specifically designed for use with Raspberry Pis - credit card sized computers that are fantastic additions to any coding club!

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Open sourced lesson plans, documents, and procedures developed by TechGirlz to allow anyone, anywhere to run their workshops targeted at middle school girls.

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Kuato Studios' Code Warriors game is a great introduction activity for young students without prior exposure to coding. This resource teaches students the basic elements of JavaScript, as well as computational thinking and algorithms, in a fun, game-based environment.

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No computer? No problem! These free "unplugged" activities introduce K-12 students to computational thinking through concepts such as binary numbers, algorithms and data compression and do no require internet or computers.

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Greenfoot is a free educational webapp that teaches students real object-oriented programming in Java.Students create 'actors' which live in 'worlds' to build games, simulations, and other graphical programs. This resource will require a little extra prep time for volunteers to become familiar with the program but provides a great resource for students to get started learning a language with real-world applications!

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Microsoft Imagine and Microsoft Virtual Academy provide a wide variety of free 30 minute video tutorials introducing topics like C#, Python, game developments, and many more! Great for adults or students looking for a very straightforward approach to learning new material.

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