CSCL

Program description

Computer Science Continuous Learning is a program started by Code for fun to bring computer science in the classroom in grades K to 12 during a school year. We assemble, create, reuse curriculum to provide educators with a content they can use and adjust based on the audience. The goal is to integrate computer science into other subjects studied in class. Computer Science then becomes an accessory to learn or show your work and not a stand alone discipline.

All of our material is available, free of charge, ready to be used by any teacher. Additionally, we offer Professional Development workshops with a quality hands on experience for teachers to become more familiar about how to teach computer science. 

Our lesson plans follow the standards defined in K-12 CS Framework

If you are a school principal, a PTA member and would like to talk about Professional Development for your school, please contact us.


Professional Development

Upcoming Professional Development Training: SIGN UP NOW

If you are a public school teacher and register early, you might be eligible for a stipend.

- K- 2nd grade teachers: 

- 3rd-5th grade teachers: 

 

If your school district is looking for training opportunities, please contact us.

We also offer support in the classroom to help the teachers take the first leap into teaching computer science.


Lesson Plans

CS K-2nd Grade (latest version)

Older versions:

Grade 1: Computer parts & Code.org Studio 1

Grade 2: Code.org Studio 2

Grade 3: Polygons with Scratch & Data Compression

Grade 4: California Missions with Scratch

Grade 5: 13 Colonies with Scratch

Grade 6: Solar System with Scratch

Grade 6: Diffusion of Sugar in the Blood Stream - Starlogo Nova

Grade 7: Algebra and Programming with Bootstrap 1

Grade 8: Abstraction with Bootstrap 2