Learn to code for teenagers
Coding Micro Degrees: designed for 10-15 year olds Are you looking for programs to learn to code for teenagers? You’ve come to the right place. We have coding micro degrees specially designed for 10-15-year-olds. Teen years is a great opportunity to explore the wider world….
Coding Micro Degrees for 10-15 year olds
Learn to code for teenagers Learn to code for teenagers, attain coding micro degrees for 10-15 year-olds. This is a great opportunity to learn and develop creative thinking, problem-solving, and innovation skills. We have the following coding micro degrees on offer: Game Design Micro Degree…
Happy Holidays to Everyone!
Happy holidays to everyone! Thank you to all of our partners, our parents, our teachers and our kids for their ongoing support of Coding Kids. Our continuing endeavour to promote digital literacy, and our goal to ensure that all kids are coding by…
Teacher PD microlearning sprint
*Only 4-6 minutes every day for 10 days* Join our Teacher PD microlearning sprint What is microlearning? Microlearning is small learning units with highly focused learning outcomes. It involves 4-6 minutes of targeted learning experience. Why microlearning? Microlearning is becoming more relevant in an…
7 Mistakes to Avoid When Implementing Digital Technologies
I’ve been supporting schools in implementing the new Digital Technologies subject for 7 years now. Here are the 7 mistakes to avoid when implementing Digital Technologies: Buy first. Think later. The most common mistake made by schools starting to implement the new Digital…
January Microlearning Sprint – Free Teacher PD!
Teachers, join the sprint this January! 3-5 minutes each day for 10 days! What is microlearning? Microlearning is small learning units with highly focused learning outcomes. It involves 3-5 minutes of targeted learning experience. Why microlearning? Microlearning is becoming more relevant in an ever-changing…
Is your school using technology as a marketing gimmick? (Part 2)
We continue Part 2 with additional ways in which schools use technology as a marketing gimmick and how you can identify them.
Is your school using technology as a marketing gimmick? (Part 1)
We start Part 1 with two ways in which schools use technology as a marketing gimmick and how you can identify them.
Integrate Digital Technologies
Integrating the new Digital Technologies into your already choc-a-bloc class timetable can be tricky.
The Digital Technologies curriculum has now become mandatory in Queensland state schools. The remaining Australian states will soon follow. The Digital Technologies curriculum is not a stand alone subject, it is to be integrated into current curriculum subjects.
Design functional computer rooms for better learning environments
I have seen a lot of different types of computer room layouts in my time. Some have been more functional than others. If you are designing your computer room from scratch, here are my tips on how to make it an optimal learning environment for your students.