December 9th - 15th
LINK to sign up for the 2019 Hour of Code!
Our goal is for every Issaquah Student to get an Hour of Code this year!
Use #ISDHourofCode and #HourofCode on Social Media!
Click here for a Family Letter
Click here for Resources by Grade Level
Hour of Code "How to"
New Resources from Code.org
Sign up for an ISD sponsored Video Chat on Friday, December 8th HERE.
Click here to print certificates for your class!
Click here for a special Minecraft certificate for your class.
Anybody can learn, no experience required, and it only takes an hour.
Hour of Webpages: This hour teaches your child to make their own webpages using the basics of HTML and CSS, finishing with a holiday greeting card. Requires good typing skills and a keyboard.
Hour of Databases: This hour teaches the fundamentals of databases, which are how apps store data about users and content. Your child will use SQL to create tables with data in them and query them, finishing with a project to create a database for an imaginary store. Requires good typing skills and a keyboard.
Instructional videos and “talk-throughs.” Talk-throughs are like videos, but you can pause them and play with the code in real-time.
Coding challenges, which give your child a chance to practice the concept and give us a way to automatically grade them and award points.
A final project, a way for your student to use what they’ve learned in a more creative, free-form way.
Move it, Move it
SCRATCHCode.org Play Lab
ENIAC Programmers Audio File
Code.org App Lab
Google CS First Hour of Code
Code.org Artist Studio
Military Leader, Mathematician,
Brianna, Software Engineer