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Accessing Resources in Code.org



If you're looking to start Code.org's CS Fundamentals curriculum, you'll probably want to look over some of the resources before you get started. Code.org is resource-rich, so there is a lot to go through. This post will show where to find the resources, but be sure to watch the brief video for a comprehensive overview.

1. Log into Code.org. If you set up your roster with Google Classroom, be sure to log in with Google. If you used Clever, access Code.org through the Clever Portal.

2. Scroll down to your class section.

3. Click on the course you are teaching. This will either be Course A-F, depending on your grade-level.

4. When you click that link, you will see a course overview where you can find lesson plans, solutions to problems, blackline masters, videos for students and teachers, and you can try the activities yourself!

5. For a more comprehensive look, please view the video above.

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