All Hour of Code tutorials require minimal prep-time for organizers, and are self-guided - allowing kids to work at their own pace and skill-level.
Need a lesson plan for your afterschool Hour of Code? Check out this template!
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The best Hour of Code experience includes Internet-connected computers. But you don’t need a computer for every child, and you can even do the Hour of Code without a computer at all.
Make sure to test tutorials on student computers or devices to ensure they work properly on browsers with sound and video. Have low bandwidth? Plan to show videos at the front of the class, so each student isn't downloading their own videos. Or try the unplugged / offline tutorials.
Stil høretelefoner til rådighed i din klasse, eller bed eleverne medbringe deres egne, hvis øvelsen, du vælger, fungerer bedst med lyd.
Har du ikke nok enheder? Brug par programmering. Når eleverne arbejder sammen, hjælper de hinanden og har mindre brug for hjælp fra læreren. De vil også opleve at programmering er en social aktivitet, hvor samarbejde er vigtigt.
Start din Hour of Code med at inspirere dine deltagere og diskutere, hvordan programmering påvirker alle dele af vores liv.
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It’s okay if you are all brand new to computer science. Here are some ideas to introduce your Hour of Code activity:
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Direct participants to the activity - Write the tutorial link on a whiteboard. Find the link listed on the information for your selected tutorial under the number of participants.
When someone comes across difficulties it's okay to respond: - “I don’t know. Let’s figure this out together.” - “Technology doesn’t always work out the way we want.” - “Learning to program is like learning a new language; you won’t be fluent right away.”
What to do if someone finishes early? - Encourage participants to try another Hour of Code activity at hourofcode.com/learn - Or, ask those who finish early to help others who are having trouble.
The Hour of Code is just the first step on a journey to learn more about how technology works and how to create software applications. Help students continue their journey and encourage them to learn more online!