You don't need a technical background or a degree in computer science—you're already qualified as you are! There are a few ways you can get involved in Hour of Code as a volunteer:
Antes de la Hora del Código
No matter how you decide to volunteer, work with your event organizer to register your Hour of Code event. You'll receive early access to information about new activities and special promotions!
You can also view the Hour of Code map to see your event, and know that your dedication is part of a worldwide movement.Register your event
If you're volunteering with a classroom, discuss these logistics with the teacher ahead of time to better understand their needs:
Help raise awareness of the computer science movement by sharing your volunteer plans with your friends and colleagues on your social media accounts (e.g. LinkedIn).Share on social media
As the students are working, feel free to answer questions—but try not to give them the solution outright. Ask them questions so they can answer themselves what went wrong. Encourage students to help each other if they get stuck.
Day of Hour of Code
If you don't have the answer, that's okay! Let the student know that you're in this together and work alongside them to figure it out.
Después del evento, imprime certificados de finalización y felicita a tus alumnos. Comparte fotos y vídeos de tu evento de la Hora del Código y muestra los logros de tus alumnos con #HourOfCode y @codeorg.Print certificates
Trata de buscar escuelas y llama a la oficina del director/maestro/secretario y pregunte cómo puede ayudar.
Una visita al aula en persona generalmente dura de 60 a 90 minutos, mientras que la visita a un aula virtual suele durar de 20 a 30 minutos.
Code.org and our partners design all the Hour of Code activities to engage students of all grade levels (K-12) from all backgrounds. Everyone—even adults—can have fun learning!