It only makes sense for students to become technology experts during their K-12 years, so they prepare for technology-based career opportunities. Many believe that computer science courses lack the necessary requirements to build a new skill set required for 21st-century jobs.
Here are just a few resources to help your students learn how to code.
Designed by MIT students, Scratch targets students between the ages of 8-16. It works very well for beginners and younger students who are new to coding.
Udacity caters to learners who prefer to hear audible explanations rather than reading them. It allows students to watch videos by industry leaders. Then students take quizzes to assess their knowledge retention.
There are a variety of resources available to teach students how to code and learn website design skills. Learning how to code can benefit students far beyond the classroom. It’s a skill that can prove to be very useful.5 Coding Resources for Students Click To Tweet