Following on from the five coding challenges added to Codio are three slightly more difficult challenges. While the original five were aimed at beginners, the new ones are for those with intermediate programming skills. Once you're logged in to Codio you can find all the challenges here: Coding Challenges
Originally Published in the CSTA Voice
Volume 13 Issue 1, Newsletter Content
By Daniel Moix & Stephanie Hoeppner
Have you been looking for a way to flip your classroom? Or do you need a strategy to differentiate instruction for various groups of students during a class period? These are challenges we all face. Codio offers solutions.
Making websites is fun, well at least I think so. When I was a teacher, I made sure to include a web development topic with my students ages 12-14, so that students had the opportunity to learn HTML and CSS.
Have you heard of the initiative funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation which provides support for the Innovative Professional Development (iPD) Challenge? View the article in "MDRC: Building Knowledge to Improve Social Policy"
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A kid coder at Coded By Kids just shared with us his project website of dragons and books that he created by using Codio. He learns how to code one hour per week at Coded By Kids, a non-for-profit that teaches kids how to code in Philadelphia. Coded by Kids uses Codio in their classes. His teacher is really proud of him. And so are we. That's why Codio is here.