Bring Computer Science to your school – a message from Vidcode…

This is a message from Vidcode. It brings with it some great opportunities for teachers and classrooms in 2016.

“President Obama recently announced Computer Science for All, a new initiative to bring computer science education to classrooms across the U.S. Vidcode is overjoyed that the White House has put their support behind computer science for every student!
We’re thrilled to be part of this movement to empower all students to use and connect computer science with their friends and hobbies. Watch President Obama’s announcement here:

In our technology-driven economy, an understanding of programming is critical to students’ success in whatever they decide to do. Read this story about a Biology teacher using cross-curricular coding integration to engage students and empower them to share their work.

Hour of code projects for you!

Are you ready to empower your students to learn to code? Vidcode offers two Hour of Code projects to get you started, one that’s perfect for your science classroom, and one that will fit right into a video production or art class!

You’ll also find off the computer activities and teacher resources in our Tech Jam / Hour of Code section. These activities are a great way to integrate learning to code into your classroom!

Looking for a full year JavaScript course and curriculum that can be applied to multiple subjects? Sign up your classroom or school for a annual subscription. Learn more and sign up.

Still have questions about CS for All, how to get involved, and how to teach computer science in every subject area? Reply to this email, or send a message to”

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