Welcome to the Hour of Code!

AEA 267's First Annual Hour of Code

Thank you for joining the LT2 Team for an Hour of Code!

The Hour of Code is a global movement reaching tens of millions of students in 180+ countries during Computer Science Education Week December 7 - 13. Thank you for joining us to complete a one-hour introduction to computer science, designed to demystify code and show that anybody can learn the basics.


Please follow the 4 steps outlined below and let us know if you need help along the way!

Step #1 - Watch a Video

Pick one (or all) of the videos below
The 2015 Hour of Code is Here
Change The World - Hour of Code 2015
The Hour of Code is here

Step #2 - Choose a Tutorial

Select from a variety of tutorials on the Hour of Code web site.


New to coding? Build a Star Wars Game, Create snowflakes and patterns with Anna and Elsa from Frozen, or Learn coding basics with Angry Birds and Plants vs. Zombies


Tried this before? Get creative with coding in Scratch, Design an app for Android, and much more!

Step #3 - Share some ways coding connects to your work

Our service to children, families, and educators takes on many different forms. Take a moment to share how coding connects to the work you do for the agency.

Step #4 - Enter the Hour of Code Challenge

Share the time you spent coding (in minutes) for the First Annual Hour of Code Challenge with local middle and high school students. See the results here.

School: AEA 267

Building: Location (Clear Lake, Cedar Falls, Marshalltown)

STEP #5 - Share the fun

Share your code and learning with the world - #HourofCode #AEA267


Please encourage your colleagues to join us for an Hour of Code:


  • Cedar Falls 3:00 – 4:00p, Monday Dec. 7, Lobby
  • Cedar Falls 11:30 – 12:30p, Tuesday Dec. 8, Lobby
  • Marshalltown 2:00 – 4:00, Wednesday Dec. 9, Room G
  • Clear Lake 11:30am-1:30pm, Friday Dec. 11, Computer Lab

Learning with Technology Team (LT2)

Michelle Cowell

Kay Schmalen

Cari Teske

Amy Harmsen

Corey Rogers

Lea Ann Peschong

Shaelynn Farnsworth

Deb Versteeg