Get the most out of the Teacher Learning Community. Sign in now. Not a member? Click here to get started for free!

Kids Need to Code: Exploring Coding with Your Middle and High School Students

Preview Preview Preview Preview Preview
Buy Now


Teaching middle and high school students to code greatly enhances their problem-solving skills and provides them with valuable skills that can help them become more successful in life. The options for coding in the classroom have exploded, and a good portion of these tools walk you through the programming so that you can learn right along with the students. You do NOT need to know programming to be able to work with your students on programming. Join Brenda Hauff as she shares various Web tools and iPad apps that you can use to introduce and explore coding with your middle and high school students. Whether it's a tutorial to help them write their first computer program, a game that teaches how to make video games, an introduction to JavaScript, or something else these coding games and tools are sure to engage your students and get them hooked on coding!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Wednesday, June 6, 2018 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Business Education, College & Career Readiness, STEAM, Tools for Student Projects
Tags: career skills, coding, coding games, computer coding, problem solving, student projects

Reviews (50)

Basic Member
got some different coding sites that I can try out
Basic Member
Very informative. Many things to think about and try.
Basic Member
Thank you!
Nice work
Basic Member
CS First, Scratch, and Hour of Code are definitely core resources for getting into coding and CS. Highly recommended.
Great Info!!
Great information. Thank you.
Basic Member
Thank you!
Awesome information! Thank you.
Full Member
more reviews ...