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Last year, 15 million students tried the Hour of Code in one week! It was everywhere—from the Google homepage to the White House to classrooms all across the world. It’s happening again this year during Computer Science Education Week, December 8–14. This webinar includes an update of what to expect this year and how to bring the movement to your students this December.

Guests for this webinar included:
Laura Bradley, Bay Area Writing Project teacher-consultant and middle school teacher
Laura Kline, Code.org marketing
Kim Douillard, San Diego Area Writing Project director and elementary teacher
Paul Oh, National Writing Project senior associate

Live Chat Archive
Click here to view and download a PDF version of the live chat conversation that happened during the webinar.

Resources
Hour of Code
Code.org
“What Most Schools Don’t Teach”
Computer Science Ed Week
English 8 Coding Tutorials
Students Teaching Themselves to Code
Thinking Through my Lens: Hour of Code
Hopscotch
Interconnections Series
Code.org Studio
Connected Learning Alliance

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