This page has resources for students to explore to improve their knowledge about technology tools.
Arcade Make Code: "MakeCode Arcade is a code editor to build Retro Arcade games for the browser and handheld consoles."
Code: Code.org was created to help students learn how to code. The site claims it is for student K-5, however, it can be used by any age group to get a basic foundation for programming. Check out a 20 hour course that introduces core computer science and programming concepts. The course is designed for grades K-8.
Code: "Let's use code to join Anna and Elsa as they explore the magic and beauty of ice. You will create snowflakes and patterns as you ice-skate and make a winter wonderland that you can then share with your friends!"
Codecademy: This site will help you learn how to code.
Crunchzilla: This site helps students learn how to code. You can access basic to more advanced lessons.
Freecodecamp: Learn to code for free.
Hour of Code: Participate in an hour of code. No experience necessary.
Khan Academy: This site is packed with a variety of helpful videos.
Pencil Code: "Learn professional programming languages using an editor that lets you work in either blocks or text. Create art, music, games, and stories. Or invent a program that will change the world."
Piskel: This site allows you to make sprites for games. You can use them in a variety of projects. You can even make animated gifs.
Python: This site teaches you how to code using Python.
Ribbet: This site lets you add fun captions to images.
SafeShare TV: This site allows you to watch and share Youtube videos in a safe manner.
Scratch: Scratch Online allows students to explore coding.
Tinkercad: Create an account for free and explore 3D Design.
Tynker: This site has some great opportunities for students to learn how to code.
Windows Dev Center: Build Windows apps now. You can easily create apps for Windows and Windows Phone devices from a single project, using the language you prefer. And it’s the best way to be ready for Windows 10."