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Computer Science Resources to Support Learning During COVID-19

Instructional Resources

3 Ways to Integrate Computer Science into Your COVID-19 Planning - CSforALL

Code At Home - Girls Who Code

Code Club Projects - Free creative 3rd-12th grade computer science projects designed and shared in a student-friendly, self-directed way. Project platforms include Scratch, HTML/CSS, Python, Blender, MicroBit, Raspberry Pi

Learning computer science when schools are closed - Code.org

NICERC @ Home

Pathfinders Online Institute - Infosys Foundation USA

Resources to Support Teaching During COVID-19 - CSTA

Scratch - An open computing platform to allow students to create almost anything they can imagine. Scratch uses block-based programming.

Scratch Jr - An iPad app that allows younger students to create basic projects using colorful block-based code.

Just for Fun Resources

Bill Nye the Science Guy and Code.org - Focusing on science and computer science respectively and offer both lessons and hands-on projects.

BrainPOP and National Geographic Kids - Websites, which have educational lessons for younger children.

Khan Academy - Hundreds of videos and online tutorials for K-12 students across a variety of subjects.

Rube Goldberg

Time for Kids - Digital library free for the rest of the school year.

Printed from the Iowa Department of Education website on October 29, 2020 at 12:30am.