Want to code your own memes with your students? Join our Director of Programs for a taste of the honorCode curriculum framework, a framework for bringing coding into every classroom.
We have spent three years in the classroom building the honorCode Curriculum Framework and have trained 60 teachers in how to bring coding into their classrooms. If you or your school are interested in bringing coding into general content classrooms and beyond, reach out to us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org!
Facing an issue in elementary STEM education? Interested in learning how to weave coding into the K12 classroom? Want to support teachers as they learn to code? Join K12 teachers from Atlanta and beyond for two computing challenges:
Elementary school teachers use Computational Thinking to identify a problem in elementary education and rapid design a solution. No coding experience necessary!
Middle and high school teachers square off to see who can build the best website as they learn to use CSS libraries in web design for the first time. Minimal HTML and CSS experience required to participate.
Teachers from all grade levels will be building their design and tech skills to bring back to the K12 classroom, with help from honorCode and the tech community. Come and participate, or just observe to see frameworks for weaving critical future workforce skills into the classroom. Industry professionals looking to support K12 computer science education are encouraged and welcomed!
Come join honorCode to celebrate the summer and turn up for a good cause!
We'll have delicious food catered to go with some great Orpheus beer as we try to rein in the summer heat wearing our most delightful florals.
Fun raffle prizes will be called out throughout the event as you enjoy the great activities such as our giant jenga sets!
All proceeds will go to honorCode 501(c)3.