Hour of Code
Yes we do teach coding at Salem Elementary and have for many years. This year the rest of the world is joining us :) . Third, fourth and fifth grade classess will be doing the "Hour of Code" along with the rest of the world during their technology specials time. However, it doesn't stop there. There are activities for all ages. Students are encouraged to continue working on their coding skills at home.
Because it's fun!
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Project Tommorrow - Speak Up 2014