• Jacob Lingley

HOW TO HOST YOUR OWN HOUR OF CODE EVENT


Many Atlantic Canadian teachers have already reached out to invite Brilliant Labs into their classrooms to help support their Hour of Code initiatives. If you are looking for a little bit more information on how to host your own event, we have created (a rather lengthy) tutorial that aims to do three (3) things for your event:

Enable you to answer the question: “What is coding?”

Motivate your students to become involved in The Hour of Code

Provide alternative activities when technology is not available

Take you through the process of hosting a Hour of Code event

Announce the Brilliant Labs prizes.

Click here to navigate directly to the portion of the video that explains what it means “to code.”

Click here to navigate directly to the portion of the video that explains how to host an event.

Click here to navigate directly to the portion of the video that explains the available prizes!

Make sure you check back here to find out more about how Brilliant Labs is supporting the Hour of Code.

Happy Coding.

#HoC #HourofCode #code #coding

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