A new poster set is available featuring Malala, Stephen Curry, Shakira and more! This year, each set will also come with 6 posters and 126 "I did the Hour of Code" stickers. Supplies are limited, so order your posters soon. To print on your own, simply click an image below to view and save a printable version.
"Hour of Code" is trademarked. We don't want to prevent its usage, but we want to make sure it fits within a few limits:
Include language on your page (or in the footer), including links to the CSEdWeek and Code.org websites, that says the following:
“The 'Hour of Code™' is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week [csedweek.org] and Code.org [code.org] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.”
« Hour of Code » de doit pas être utilisé dans des noms d'application.
(Stickers are 1" diameter, 63 per sheet)
Subject line: Join me and over 100 million students for an Hour of Code
Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But only 45% of all high schools teach computer science. Good news is, we’re on our way to change this! If you've heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history. More than 100 million students have tried an Hour of Code.
Avec l'événement Une Heure de Code, l'informatique fait la une de Google, MSN, Yahoo!, et Disney. Plus de 100 partenaires se sont réunis pour soutenir ce mouvement. Every Apple Store in the world has hosted an Hour of Code, and leaders like President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote their first lines of code as part of the campaign.
This year, let's make it even bigger. I’m asking you to join the Hour of Code 2016.. Please get involved with an Hour of Code event during Computer Science Education Week, October 10-25.
Get the word out. Host an event. Ask a local school to sign up. Or try the Hour of Code yourself—everyone can benefit from learning the basics.
Get started at http://hourofcode.com/hr
Subject line: Can we help you host an Hour of Code?
Between Oct. 10-25, ten percent of students around the world will celebrate Computer Science Education Week by doing an Hour of Code at their school. It’s an opportunity for every child to learn how the technology around us works.
[Our organization/My name] would love to help [school name] run an Hour of Code event. We can help teachers host an Hour of Code in their classrooms (we don’t even need computers!) or if you would like to host a school assembly, we can arrange for a speaker to talk about how technology works and what it’s like to be a software engineer.
The students will create their own apps or games they can show their parents, and we’ll also print Hour of Code certificates they can bring home. And, it’s fun! With interactive, hands-on activities, students will learn computational thinking skills in an approachable way.
Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet. But only 45% of all high schools teach computer science. The good news is, we’re on our way to change this! If you've heard about the Hour of Code before, you might know it made history - more than 100 million students around the world have tried an Hour of Code. Even leaders like President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau wrote their first lines of code as part of the campaign.
You can read more about the event at http://hourofcode.com. Or, let us know if you’d like to schedule some time to talk about how [school name] can participate.
Subject line: Our students are changing the future with an Hour of Code
We live in a world surrounded by technology. And we know that whatever field our students choose to go into as adults, their ability to succeed will increasingly depend on understanding how technology works.
But only a tiny fraction of us are learning how technology works. Only 45% of all high schools teach computer science.
That’s why our entire school is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (October 10-25). More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code. Our Hour of Code is making a statement that [SCHOOL NAME] is ready to teach these foundational 21st-century skills. To continue bringing programming activities to your students, we want to make our Hour of Code event huge. I encourage you to volunteer, reach out to local media, share the news on social media channels and consider hosting additional Hour of Code events in the community.
This is a chance to change the future of education in [TOWN/CITY NAME].
for details, and help spread the word.
Subject line: Local school joins mission to introduce students to computer science
Computers are everywhere, changing every industry on the planet, but only 45% of all high schools teach computer science. Filles et minorités sont gravement sous-représentées dans les classes d'informatique et dans l’industrie de pointe. La bonne nouvelle, c'est que nous sommes en train de changer cela.
Avec l'événement Une Heure de Code, l'informatique fait la une de Google, MSN, Yahoo!, et Disney. Plus de 100 partenaires se sont réunis pour soutenir ce mouvement. Chaque Apple Store dans le monde a accueilli une heure de Code. Même le président Obama a écrit sa première ligne de code dans le cadre de la campagne.
C’est pourquoi tout le monde sur [X number] élèves à [SCHOOL NAME] participe au plus grand événement d’apprentissage de l’histoire : L'Heure du Code, durant la Semaine de l'éducation en informatique (3-9 décembre).
Je vous écris pour vous inviter à assister au coup d'envoi de notre campagne et à voir les enfants commencer leur Heure de Code le [DATE].
Une Heure de Code, événement organisé par l'association à but non lucratif Code.org et plus de 100 autres, a pour objectif que la génération d'élèves actuelle soit prête à acquérir les compétences essentielles au succès du XXIe siècle. Rejoignez-nous.
Contact: [YOUR NAME], [TITLE], cell: (212) 555-5555 When: [DATE and TIME of your event] Where: [ADDRESS and DIRECTIONS]
I look forward to being in touch.
Subject line: Join our school as we change the future with an Hour of Code
Dear [Mayor/Governor/Representative/Senator LAST NAME]:
Did you know that computing is the #1 source of wages in the U.S.? There are more than 500,000 computing jobs open nationwide, but last year only 42,969 computer science students graduated into the workforce.
Computer science is foundational for every industry today, yet most schools don’t teach it. At [SCHOOL NAME], we are trying to change that.
That’s why our entire school is joining in on the largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code, during Computer Science Education Week (October 10-25). More than 100 million students worldwide have already tried an Hour of Code.
I'm writing to invite you to join our Hour of Code event and speak at our kickoff assembly. It’ll take place on [DATE, TIME, PLACE], and will make a strong statement that [State or City name] is ready to teach our students critical 21st-century skills. We want to ensure that our students are on the forefront of creating technology of the future—not just consuming it.
Please contact me at [PHONE NUMBER OR EMAIL ADDRESS]. I look forward to your response.