Codio releases curriculum fully mapped to the CSTA Standards and K12 CS Framework

By Jill Coddington on Feb 23, 2017 10:52:49 AM


Joint Press Release by Codio and Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA) 

London, UK and Albany, New York 

Codio releases a full set of teaching resources mapped to the 2016 Interim CSTA Standards and K12 CS Framework. The new curriculum is integrated into the Codio resource platform designed for computer science education. The project was lead by Daniel Moix, a standing member of the CSTA Standards Committee. CSTA's mission is to empower, engage and advocate for K-12 computer science teachers worldwide. Codio's mission is to provide teachers with the resources and tools to help prepare students fo the digital economy. 

View our online demonstration by our Senior Education Manager, Jill Coddington. 

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Codio: A CSTA Member Benefit

By Jennifer Bilec-Sullivan on Feb 9, 2017 3:44:35 PM

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.

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Build a Music Player - New Project for Middle School

By Thomas Smith on Feb 3, 2017 1:41:22 PM

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. 

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New Codio curriculum maps to the K-12 CS Framework

By Freddy May on Nov 22, 2016 10:56:30 AM

 

Codio's new K12 CS-mapped curriculum:

Back in July 2016, we announced our partnership with the CSTA giving teachers across the USA free access to the Codio platform for professional development purposes. We are now delighted to make another major announcement.

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Professional Development: Structured choice = happy [engaged, productive, inspired] student

By Eliza Griscom on Nov 3, 2016 1:14:45 PM


 How’s this for a thought?  The more choice one offers their students, the happier their students are. Infusing student choice into one’s classroom is something educators have long discussed, and one key element is also being sure to structure those choices so they also always work for YOU, the teacher, as well.

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