Over the past few years, we have featured a number of key resources to help you teach coding in your class. We strongly believe that coding is becoming an essential skill for 21st students. This is clearly seen in the increasing number of school districts that are now incorporating coding and computer science into elementary curricula. And as we have argued elsewhere, learning to code will benefit students at all intellectual levels and most importantly will equip them with the thinking tools to help them explore, problem solve, analyze, synthesize and think critically. The purpose of today’s post is to share with you few more resources on coding. Google for Education has this excellent section featuring a number of tutorials, lessons, programs, tools geared towards engaging students and educators in computer science learning.  From the numerous resources featured there we curated for you the following:

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