Code Club goes virtual

We’re running Code Club sessions online so kids can keep learning from home!

So kids can keep learning from home!

Teacher Training

We create opportunities for educators to introduce new tools into their lesson plans. Here’s where you can find out more about our extra-curricular offerings, which range from casual meetups to full-day sessions.

Training

Our training sessions get educators excited about code, which is the first step in promoting digital literacy among students.

OVERVIEW

2 - 7 hours grades k - 12
beginner - intermediate

Learn the key concepts, perspectives, and practices that make coding a valuable tool for learning, problem solving, and innovation. Designed for beginners, this training demystifies 21st century technology by putting concepts into practice with hands-on activities and simple modules that can fit into any lesson plan.

Our trainings provide educators with the tools to explore and learn computational thinking, basic coding and artificial intelligence, while providing ideas for how to bring these into the classroom. Each session will include extensions for more advanced learning, as well as a curated list of additional resources, lesson plans, and toolkits.

2 - 7 hours grades k - 12 beginner - intermediate

Learn the key concepts, perspectives, and practices that make coding a valuable tool for learning, problem solving, and innovation. Designed for beginners, this training demystifies 21st century technology by putting concepts into practice with hands-on activities and simple modules that can fit into any lesson plan.

Our trainings provide educators with the tools to explore and learn computational thinking, basic coding and artificial intelligence, while providing ideas for how to bring these into the classroom. Each session will include extensions for more advanced learning, as well as a curated list of additional resources, lesson plans, and toolkits.

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN

Computational thinking

Foundations of code and AI

Diverse ways to teach code

Classroom integration

Curricular connections

Computational
thinking

Foundations of
code and AI

Diverse ways to
teach code

Classroom
integration

Curricular
connections

The Mighty Micro:bit

The micro:bit is a small programmable computer that promotes inclusive and creative learning that primes students to explore the rich potential of physical computing. Use it to teach any subject, from science to physical education.

Meetups

Want to share knowledge, experiment with new technologies and build a network of educators in major cities across Canada - in a fun, relaxed environment? Our recurring Meetups connect K-12 educators who want to learn the best and easiest ways to bring code into their classrooms. These Meetups are open to any K-12 educator, regardless of subject or level of expertise.

SUBJECTS INCLUDE

Computational thinking

Interactive Hardware (micro:bit)

Block-based Coding (Scratch 3.0, art:bit)

Artificial Intelligence

Computational
thinking

Interactive Hardware
(micro:bit)

Block-based Coding
(Scratch 3.0, artbit)

Artificial Intelligence

470+ educators currently networking and learning across Canada.
Join a group near you.

470+ educators currently networking and learning across Canada. Join a group near you.