December 11, 2013 @ 8:00 am - 7:00 pm PST
Code.org is organizing a massive campaign to get 10 million students of all ages (and adults) to participate in the Hour of Code this December. Work In Progress is supporting by hosting space and Internet on 12/11 & 12/13 for members of the community to participate in this movement.
Register now to participate at https://csedweek.org
What’s the Hour of Code?
The Hour of Code is a self-guided activity that everybody, in any classroom, club, or coworking space can do. A variety of hour-long tutorials will be available for students to try out the basics of computer science.
Computer Science Education Week: December 9-15, 2013
This year, Code.org is launching the Hour of Code as part of the annual Computer Science Education Week (CSEdWeek), a celebration geared to encourage interest in the field and show that anyone can learn the basics.
Today, we’re surrounded by technology. Many students have their own tablets and phones—and yet, few are learning how computers actually work. Simple computer science activities can help nurture creativity and pproblem-solvingskills. By getting a feel for computational thinking early, students will have a foundation for success in any future career path.
Who Can Participate?
This event is for all groups and all ages of the community, you don’t even have to be a Work In Progress member to join in the fun!