Google Launched Comprehensive CS Resources for Educators

Google launched Code with Google, a new compilation of resources for K-12 educators for exploring computer science in the classroom.  More than 65% of young people will work in jobs that don’t currently exist1. Learning computer science skills helps students thrive in a rapidly changing world.   Code with Google helps to ensure that every student has access to the collaborative, coding, and technical skills that unlock opportunities in the classroom and beyond–no matter what their future goals may be.


Computer science opens up possibilities for every student

CS First is a free computer science curriculum that anyone can teach. Designed for students ages 9-14 of all interests and experience levels, students learn collaboration and core computer science concepts as they create their own projects.


A beginner coding app for any student

With the Grasshopper app, complete beginners can easily learn coding fundamentals for free. In as little as 5 minutes a day, students can complete fun lessons and visual puzzles on their phone to build their coding skills.


Data literacy and coding skills for college students

In the Applied Computing Series, higher ed students get training in data science, coding, and machine learning to develop problem-solving skills and confidence with technology. Instructors can learn alongside their students as they coach them through courses designed by Google engineers.

The information for this post was taken from Google For Education “Code with Google”, follow this link for me details and links for coding skills.