This course is a pilot for the 2022-2023 school year. You will be able to use this course with students and provide feedback to the Curriculum Team throughout the year. Please note that while no disruptive changes will be made during the school year, the content of this course will be revised as needed during the pilot phase.
Once you begin teaching the new Corgi course, you will have the opportunity to provide feedback on lessons and activities. You will see a feedback star, located on the title bar of any assignment, where you can submit your thoughts and ideas.
In addition to general updates such as improved lesson scaffolding, clearer assignments descriptions, and updated slides and videos, we've also made some essential content updates:
Checkout this Sandbox program to see the difference between
console.log(). Both have the same function, and both will work in CodeHS, but
console.log() is consistent with printing outside of CodeHS.
Removing start() Function and Adding main() Function
Currently, we introduce the
In order to still encourage students to organize their code in discrete functions, we instruct them to create a
main() function instead.
You can read about all of the updates in our blog post and view a detailed list of all the changes we’ve made to the course in our Pilot Changelog!
Still have questions? Contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!