Whether you are looking for turnkey curriculum, supplemental activities, lesson ideas or tools for student interaction, the library below is full of helpful resources to help educators and non-educators alike guide students on their journey to discover the world of coding.


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  • Code.org

    Anybody can learn

    Launched in 2013, Code.org® is a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented students of color. Our vision is that every student in every school should have the opportunity to learn computer science. We believe computer science should be part of core curriculum, alongside other courses such as biology, chemistry or algebra.

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  • CoderDojo

    The global network of free computer programming clubs for young people.

    CoderDojo is a global movement of free, volunteer-led, community based programming clubs for young people. At a Dojo, young people, between 7 and 17, learn how to code, develop websites, apps, programs, games and explore technology in an informal and creative environment. In addition to learning to code attendees meet like minded people and are exposed to the possibilities of technology.

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  • Codio

    By embracing the ideas that students and teachers are individuals, teaching styles differ and students advance at their own pace, Codio enables teachers and lecturers to support and coach students to better outcomes, and self-learners to master skills at their own pace.

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  • CS Unplugged

    Computer Science without a computer

    CS Unplugged is a collection of free learning activities that teach Computer Science through engaging games and puzzles that use cards, string, crayons and lots of running around. The activities introduce students to Computational Thinking through concepts such as binary numbers, algorithms and data compression, separated from the distractions and technical details of having to use computers. Importantly, no programming is required to engage with these ideas!

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  • Girls Who Code

    A national nonprofit organization working to close the gender gap in the technology and engineering sectors.

    With support from public and private partners, Girls Who Code works to educate, inspire, and equip high school girls with the skills and resources to pursue opportunities in computing fields.

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  • Globaloria

    Power Up Any Classroom with our Standards-Aligned Courses for Grades 4-12

    Globaloria is an award-winning learning system that provides courses in STEM, computing, game design and coding. Globaloria empowers students to become creative and thoughtful producers, not just consumers of complex digital content. Globaloria provides a turnkey platform, comprehensive professional development, and daily expert support to students and educators.

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  • Google CS First

    Empowering all students to create with technology through free computer science clubs

    Each CS First club is based on a real-world theme and offers about 10 hours worth of lessons and activities. The different club themes aim to attract and engage students of varying backgrounds and interests. All materials are targeted at students in 4th - 8th grades (or between the ages of 9 - 14) and are free and easy to use.

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  • Kodable

    Kids Can Code. And you can help them.

    Kodable provides a structured transition from symbols into written code focused on student outcomes. 9 out of 10 Teachers using the Kodable Curriculum reported improvements in other subject areas. (math, ela, and 4c’s)

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  • Made with Code

    Less than 1% of girls study Computer Science. Let’s change that.

    We started Made with Code because increasingly more aspects in our lives are powered by technology, yet women aren’t represented in the roles that make technology happen. If we can inspire girls to see that code can help them pursue their passions, whatever they may be, then hopefully they will begin to contribute their voices to the field of technology for the benefit of us all.

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  • Microsoft Touch Develop

    Create your apps on your phone, tablet or laptop

    Works on iOS, Android, Windows, Mac or Linux.

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  • MIT Education Arcade

    Games, Simulations, and Tools for Playful, Powerful Learning

    We’re all about transforming kids into creators and explorers. We provide fun and accessible ways to explore real and virtual worlds, experiment with technology and use games to build math and science skills. The games, simulations and tools we develop in the Education Arcade are designed with the educator in mind. They use technology to create powerful learning environments in schools, in the home and in the community.

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  • Mozilla

    The Mozilla Learning Network

    We want more people to see themselves as citizens of the web. The Mozilla Learning Network offers programs and a global community dedicated to helping people learn the most important skills of our age: the ability to read, write and participate in the digital world.

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  • Mozilla Clubs

    Local groups teaching the Web around the world

    We are cultivating a global network of web literacy leaders who are teaching and learning the most important skills of our age: the ability to read, write and participate in the digital world. Our programs and resources can help you make an impact in your community, and participate in an openly networked world.

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  • Trinket

    Code is Your Canvas

    Trinket knows that educators belong at the center of open education. That’s why we believe that Teachers won’t be Replaced by Software and that there’s a Middle Path for Education Technology that can disrupt an industry without disrupting teachers’ connections to their students. The trinket team has been working towards this vision since 2013. Together we’re building the tools that you need to make a difference in your classroom, whatever and whoever you teach.

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  • Vidcode

    Code Your Story.

    Vidcode teaches JavaScript through lessons built around creative art projects. Learn about if-else statements while making videos about robots shooting lasers, variables through making your own old-movie intro, and objects while manipulating pixels! The possibilities are endless.

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