If you have IPads and you are looking for a way to make computers creative then this comprehensive resource can show teachers and students how to use tools to share and explore new ideas. Everyone can create.
Activities and online software tied to numerous tools that take students from coding to physical computing. They tie to items such as micro bits, lego, and Minecraft. Make Code
Educators love Scratch but have a hard time knowing how it can be used in the classroom. Scratch has compiled resources to make using it even easier. Scratch
If you have iPads then you need to take advantage of this free comprehensive curriculum from Apple that supports projects and integration of computer science to the classroom. Teaching Code.
Based on career predictions from career sectors this interactive website will let you search for a job and give a rating determining the likelihood it will become automated. Will robots take my job.
Alice is an innovative block-based programming environment that makes it easy to create animations, build interactive narratives, or program simple games in 3D. Unlike many of the puzzle-based coding applications Alice motivates learning through creative exploration. alice.org
Code.org® is a nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science in schools and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Code.org provides free curriculum and professional training for K-12 computer science. 46% of Code.org students are girls, 48% are underrepresented minorities, and 47% of US students are in high needs schools. They have prepared more than 100,000 new teachers to teach CS across grades K-12. code.org