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FreeCodeCamp – Learn to Code and Help Nonprofits

Free! FreeCodeCamp is a website that provides tutorials users can complete to learn coding following an established curriculum. After launching the website, users must click the “Start Coding (it’s free)” button. They will then be able to register with the website using their email. Once registered, users can sign into the website and click the “Maps” button on the top ...

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Computer Hope

Free! Computer Hope offers a comprehensive glossary of terms related to computers, programming, and coding. To access it, users must launch the website and then click the “Dictionary” button on the top right of the screen. At this point, users can choose a term with the alphabetized list at the topic of the screen, or they can scroll down and ...

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Freemium! CodeCombat is a game-based approach to teaching coding. To begin, teacher users must register with the website and create a class. Once created, teachers can click the “View Class” option and invite student users by sending them the class code or providing them with a link. Student users will then need to register with the website. Once they are ...

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CS Unplugged

Free! CS Unplugged is a collection of learning activities that teachers can use in their classroom to develop their students’ computer science skills using paper-and-pencil materials, such as crayons, strings, and cards. To navigate the website, teachers can click the links at the top of the screen. To begin, “The Book” link provides teachers with topics and lesson plans that ...

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