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How to involve your entire school district
Every school in your district can take part in the largest learning event in history.
Get every school participating, every student learning!
1. Recruit local schools
this email and teacher how to guide, or include a short blurb in newsletters/district communications.
2. Provide a sample logistics plan for schools
sample logistics plan with schools to give them ideas of how to organize whole school participation. It’s as easy as doing it in every math class, homeroom period, or rotating throughout the week through the computer lab. 3. Share on social media
Facebook or Twitter. Or share one of these inspirational pictures and quotes from world leaders, or stats. 4. Promote on your district’s homepage
Let visitors know about your participation and Hour of Code events. Link it to
Hour of Code. 5. Host a district Hour of Code event
event how to guide for a sample run of show, media outreach kit, and other supports. What comes after the Hour of Code?
The Hour of Code is just the first step on a journey to learn more about how technology works and how to create software applications. To continue this journey:
Encourage students to continue to
Attend a 1-day, in-person workshop to receive instruction from an experienced computer science facilitator. (US educators only)
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