The Hour of Code 2015-2016
Computer Science Education Week
Monday, Dec. 7th, 9am to Sunday, Dec. 13th, 4pm
This is an online event.
Logan Township School District is participating in it's 3rd Annual Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week! During this week Logan Township students will be joining tens of millions of other students around the world to take part in this event. Greg Adams, Jake Neary, and Rob Revell will be supporting classes all next week to ensure all students in our district's three schools (except for pre-K) will be able to experience computer programming in a game-like environment. Jake Neary will guide K-5th grade students through tutorials during their regular computer time. Greg Adams and Rob Revell will support the middle school students throughout next week during the students' Informational Literacy/Financial Literacy/ Character Ed rotation block of time.
For more information about this special event please click on the following links:
A Look Back at Past Events
Students Learn Programming During Hour of Code
Example Tutorials for This Year's Hour of Code
Star Wars - Hour of Code: Introduction
Minecraft - Hour of Code: BUILD YOUR OWN
Why Computer Science?
Every student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic, and creativity. By starting early, students will have a foundation for success in any 21st-century career path.
Instructional Technology Coordinator
Logan Township School District