Georgia Day of Code

A Partnership between TAG Education Collaborative and Code.org

Georgia Day of Code – December 7, 2018

Coding skills are essential to our future workforce, and every student – regardless of race, gender, age, or socioeconomic status – should have the opportunity to learn computer science.

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eorgia Day of Code was created 4 years ago to increase the number of Georgia students, educators, and workers who are exposed to coding: a vital 21st-century workforce skill. Georgia Day of Code occurs every year on the first Friday of December during national Computer Science Week.  This year we’re excited to offer multiple options for varying grade levels in addition to promoting code.org’s “Hour of Code.” Please review the options below.

HERE ARE YOUR OPTIONS FOR PARTICIPATION:

WORK WITH A COMMUNITY PARTNER:

earsketch

EarSketch is a free, web-based application
that can be used to teach computer
science through music.

EarSketch

*Recommended for grades 9 thru 12

EarSketch and TAG-ED Day of Code

honorCode

On Day of Code, use this webinar in your classroom in every
period doing cool things like coding your own memes with
your students OR spend your planning period learning the
beginnings of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

honorCode

*Recommended for grades 3 thru 12

honorcodeatl.org

Make Music Count

Whether in the classroom or at home,
Make Music Count makes learning
math through music even more accessible!

Make Music
Count

*Recommended for grades 3 thru 12

MakeMusicCount.com

Accenture

Accenture professionals will make themselves
available to share an engaging coding
experience with your students.

Accenture
Professionals

*Recommended for grades 3 thru 12

Contact Accenture

OR Select and Create your OWN Activity

Watch Video on Hour of Code

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