How to Run a Hour of Code Webinars (For Teachers)

Interested in learning about Hour of Code and how to run a workshop in your classroom this year? Register for a free 30 minute webinar to help you prepare and choose the right Hour of Code for your students.

How to Run an Hour of Code with CodeHS

These webinars will cover the variety of free middle/high school CodeHS Hour of Code tutorials available, how to pick the right tutorial for your class, tips on hosting a successful workshop, and other ways to engage your students during Computer Science Education Week.

Dates:

Tuesday, November 29th @ 4:30pm CT

Registration Here

Thursday, December 1st @ 2:30pm CT

Registration Here

How to Run an Elementary Hour of Code with CodeHS

This webinar will be hosted by the CodeHS Elementary Curriculum Development Team. They will introduce free Elementary level CodeHS Hour of Code tutorials, how to pick the right tutorial for your class, tips on hosting a successful lesson, and other ways to engage your students during Computer Science Education Week.

Date: Wednesday, November 30th @ 2:30pm CT

Registration Here

If you can't attend, these webinars will also be recorded and posted here.


Live Hour of Code Workshops (For Classrooms/Students)

An Hour of Code is a great opportunity to get your students excited about computer science. Our virtual workshops run for about an hour and fifteen minutes including a short introduction followed by guided support through a CodeHS lesson.

Register your class for a virtual live workshop today! Please note that teachers should register their class(es) for these workshops. Students do not need to register individually. Also, we understand that your class periods may not align perfectly with these workshop times, feel free to jump in or out as needed.

2022 Live Virtual Workshop Schedule

Workshop

Date & Time

Grade Levels

Registration

Generating Art with Code

Monday, December 5th @ 2:30 - 3:45pm CT

Middle & High School

Coding in Music

Tuesday, December 6th @ 10 - 11:15am CT

Middle & High School

Design a Drawing App with Scratch

Tuesday, December 6th @ 12 - 1:15pm CT

Upper Elementary

Creating Virtual Worlds

Wednesday, December 7th @ 12 - 1:15pm CT

Middle & High School

Turtle Graphics with Tracy the Turtle

Thursday, December 8th @ 9:30 - 10:45am CT

Middle & High School

Program a Story in ScratchJr

Thursday, December 8th @ 12:30 - 1:45pm CT

Lower Elementary


🎥 Pre-Recorded Workshops

Can't attend the live workshops during CSEdWeek 2022? Watch these workshop recordings with your class instead! If you'd like to skip around the workshop recordings to certain parts, click the title of the workshop in the top to open the video in YouTube. Then to view the Key Moments / Chapters (different segments of the workshop), click "Show More" in the YouTube description below the video.

2021 Hour of Code Workshop Recordings

Turtle Graphics with Tracy

Access the workshop slides here.

Coding in Music

Access the workshop slides here.

Creating Virtual Worlds

Access the workshop slides here.

Generating Art with Code

Access the workshop slides here. You can also read more about our guest speaker, Floor Drees, and her work at dev.to/floord.

Coding for a Litter-Free Community

Access the workshop slides here.

Adaptations and Survival Camouflage (Lower Elementary)

Access the workshop slides here.

Create a Drawing App with Scratch (Upper Elementary)

Access the workshop slides here.


CodeHS Hour of Code Tutorials

Access all the CodeHS Hour of Code tutorials for free at codehs.com/hoc.

Need help choosing the right Hour of Code tutorial for your students?

For middle and high school, reference the How to Choose the Right Tutorial Guide.

table with recommended courses based on student grade level and experience

For elementary school, reference this guide here.


Additional Resources

CSEdWeek Flyer

Download this flyer highlighting all of our CSEdWeek resources.

After Hour of Code Flyer

Download this flyer to share with teachers, admins and parents after an Hour of Code.


Still have questions? Contact our team at hello@codehs.com to learn more!

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