Join us for Computer Science Education Week, December 6 to 10, for all new activities for your Computer Science learners!
This annual celebration and call to action encourages all of us to see Computer Science everywhere and inspire students in grades K-12 to learn CS essentials, advocate for equity and celebrate the contributions of students, teachers and partners to the field.
We have two, brand new activities for #CSEdWeek, featuring pre-recorded webinars by our experts to help you facilitate them with your learners. These unplugged activities are sure to delight computer scientists of ages 4-12 in a face-to-face, hybrid, or virtual learning environments.
Visit our CSEdWeek web page for more, and learn more about the activities below!
Exploring Computers — What is a computer? In this activity, learners will explore what makes a computer work, examine computers, identify computer parts (input, processing, output), and apply what they learn! The activity will include an instructional webinar and free downloadable resources for students aged 6-11!
Robot Games — What is a robot? In this activity, participants create algorithms to move a robot from start to finish and have fun practicing decomposition and bugging. The activity will include an instructional webinar and free downloadable resources for students aged 4-12!
You can Power up your Computer Science knowledge with more of our CS-themed blog posts.Plus, use and search the hashtags #CSEdWeek or #CSEverywhere to follow the excitement of Computer Science EdWeek, find new ideas to celebrate, and more.