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Uro za kodo za vsakega učenca, dijaka ali študenta.

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The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries. Anyone, anywhere can organize an Hour of Code event. One-hour tutorials are available in over 45 languages. No experience needed. Ages 4 to 104.

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Students are learning in over 45 languages

Over 100M students have tried an Hour of Code

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Organize an Hour of Code during December 4-10, and register it here.

If you're hosting multiple events, please submit a unique name or email for each one. We only count one event per name and email combination. Registration for the Hour of Code closes December 12.

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Kaj je Ura za kodo?

Uro za kodo je enourni uvod v računalništvo z namenom demistificirati kodo in pokazati, da se lahko vsakdo nauči osnov. Oglejte si vadnice.

Kdaj je Ura za kodo?

The Hour of Code takes place each year during Computer Science Education Week. The 2017 Computer Science Education Week will be December 4-10, but you can host an Hour of Code all year round. Computer Science Education Week is held annually in recognition of the birthday of computing pioneer Admiral Grace Murray Hopper (December 9, 1906).

Zakaj računalništvo?

Vsak učenec mora imeti priložnost za učenje računalništva. Izboljšuje reševanje težav, logiko in ustvarjalnost. Z zgodnjim začetkom bodo imeli temelje za uspeh v vseh poklicih 21. stoletja. Več statistik na Code.org.

Kako lahko sodelujem v Uri za kodo?

Start planning here by reviewing our how-to guide. You can organize an Hour of Code event at your school or in your community — like in an extracurricular club, non-profit or at work. Or, just try it yourself when Dec. 4 arrives.

Kdo stoji za Uro za kodo?

Uro za kodo organizira Code.org, javna neprofitna organizacija, posvečena širitvi računalništva v šolah in povečevanje udeležbe žensk ter manjšin. Velika koalicija partnerjev , vključno z Microsoft-om in Apple-om, se je združila v podporo Uri za kodo.

Ne vem ničesar o pisanju kode. Še vedno lahko gostujem dogodek?

Of course. Hour of Code activities are self-guided. All you have to do is try our current tutorials, pick the tutorial you want, and pick an hour — we take care of the rest. We also have options for every age and experience-level, from kindergarten and up. Start planning your event by reading our how to guide.

What devices should I use for my students?

Code.org tutorials work on all devices and browsers. You can see more information about Code.org's tutorial tech needs here. Tech needs for non-Code.org tutorials can be found on code.org/learn in the tutorial specific description. Don't forget we also offer unplugged activities if your school can't accommodate the tutorials!

Potrebujem računalnike za vsakega sodelujočega?

Ne. Imamo tečaje, ki delujejo na računalnikih, pametnih telefonih, tablet, in nekatere, ki ne sploh zahtevajo računalnika! Pridružite se lahko, kjerkoli že ste, s čimerkoli.

Tukaj je nekaj možnosti:

  • Delo v parih. Raziskave kažejo, da se učenci učijo najbolje z programiranjem v parih, pri čemer delijo računalnik. Spodbudite učence, da sodelujejo.
  • Uporabite načrtovani zaslon. Če imate projektor, lahko celotna skupina sodeluje in rešuje skupaj. Oglejte si video in se izmenjujte pri reševanju ugank ali odgovore na vprašanja.
  • Brez povezave. Nudimo tudi vaje, ki ne zahtevajo računalnika.

Sem v Slovenia. Kako lahko mednarodno sodelujem?

Anyone can organize an Hour of Code event, anywhere in the world. Last year, students worldwide joined together for the Hour of Code. Find out more here.

Kako lahko uro naredim vodič?

Če ste zainteresirani, lahko postati partner za vodiče, oglejte si naše smernice in navodila. Radi bi gostili čim večje število, vendar glavni cilj je cim boljša izkušnja za vse, ki so novi v računalništvu.

Se morajo učenci prijaviti z računom?

Ne. Nobena prijava ni potrebna, da bi učenci poskusili Uro za kodo. Večina nadaljevalnih tečajev zahteva ustvarjanje računa, da se shrani napredek učenca.

Where can I print certificates for my students?

Go to our certificates page where you can print certificates for your entire class ahead of time. You can also print out special certificates for students doing the Minecraft tutorial.

Katero dejavnost naj naredim z dijaki?

Za vse starosti priporočamo, da se za začetek poskuša ena od vaj za začetnike na Code.org/learn kot so vaje z Jeznimi ptiči ali z Anno in Elso. Dijaki bi morali končati eno od teh v 30 minutah in lahko nato poskusijo bolj napreden uvod v JavaScript, kot na primer Khan Academy ali CodeHS.

Za Uro za kodo delam Scratch, ampak kaj, ko imajo moji učenci iPade namesto prenosnikov?

Scratch ne deluje na tablicah. Če so vaši učenci mladi, lahko uporabljajo ScratchJR iPad app (za prvo triado). Če pogledate na Code.org/learn, lahko najdete druge vaje, ki delujejo na iPadih - Code.org, Tynker, Lightbot ali CodeSpark.

How do you count Hours of Code?

The Hour of Code tracker isn't an exact measurement of usage. We do not count unique student IDs perfectly when tracking participation in the Hour of Code, especially because we don't require students to log in or register. As a result, we both over-count and under-count participants at the same time. Read all the details here.

Why don't I see my dot on the map?

We're so sorry you aren't seeing you event on the Hour of Code map. Because of the tens of thousands of organizers who sign up, the map aggregates the data and displays one point for several events. If you click the number above the map you will be directed to a list of all events by state and can find your event listed there. Additionally, given the thousands of people signing up for the Hour of Code, the map and event list usually takes 48 hours to update. Check back in a few days!

How much can one learn in an hour?

The goal of the Hour of Code is not to teach anybody to become an expert computer scientist in one hour. One hour is only enough to learn that computer science is fun and creative, that it is accessible at all ages, for all students, regardless of background. The measure of success of this campaign is not in how much CS students learn - the success is reflected in broad participation across gender and ethnic and socioeconomic groups, and the resulting increase in enrollment and participation we see in CS courses at all grade levels. Millions of the participating teachers and students have decided to go beyond one hour - to learn for a whole day or a whole week or longer, and many students have decided to enroll in a whole course (or even a college major) as a result.

Besides the students, another "learner" is the educator who gains the confidence after one hour that they can teach computer science even though they may not have a college degree as a computer scientist. Tens of thousands of teachers decide to pursue computer science further, either attending PD or offering follow-on online courses, or both. And this applies to school administrators too, who realize that computer science is something their students want and their teachers are capable of.

Above all, what all participants can learn in an hour is that we can do this.

How do I keep learning after the Hour of Code?

Anyone can host an Hour of Code at any time. The tutorials stay up year round. You can expect all our tutorials and curriculum to be available on our site in perpetuity. Please go to our resources for event how-to guides and other resources to help make your Hour of Code event a success.