The NII Explore Coding in the Classroom program helps students learn foundational skills like coding, which are critical to working in a digital economy.
Classes are designed to complement grade 2-8 curriculum goals like patterns, problem-solving and early literacy. In this way, sessions are relatable and cohesive to what students are already learning in class.
This is a new way of learning that will help students broaden their range and give them the confidence to try something different!
Learn the basics of coding, game design, and robotics in a fun and interactive environment. No prior coding experience is required.
Become a digital story-teller! Scratch teaches even the youngest students how to create stories, games and animation through computer coding.
New coding ideas and curriculum-based lesson plans for your classroom or fun at home.
CODING IN THE CLASSROOM
Not sure where to start in your coding lessons? Or need some new ideas for fun ways to teach these concepts?
The NII Explore Coding in the Classroom binder is complete with grades 2-8 lesson plans that complement the Ontario coding curriculum goals of patterns, problem-solving and early literacy.
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Students engaged by Coding in the Classroom across Bruce and
Students taking part in NII ExploreZone gym takeover days
Visitors to the NII SWERVE event in fall 2022
WHAT WE'RE HEARING:
“Thank you for providing great quality courses, engaging instructors and content – and all for free to the user! I have recommended your courses to many people – I can't say enough good things about the program!”
"It’s amazing to see my kid learning to do something fun, and educational as well."
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Director, NII Explore