ANS is participating in
The largest learning event in history
December 7-11, 2015
What is the Hour of Code?
A one-hour activity. Students of all ages can choose from a variety of self-guided tutorials, for kindergarten and up. Tutorials work on any modern browser, tablet, smartphone, or even with no computer at all.
Code.org’s own tutorials feature Disney’s Frozen, Scrat form Ice Age, Angry Birds, and Plants vs. Zombies. New tutorials are coming to kick off the 2015 Hour of Code!
A spark to keep learning computer science. Once students see what they create right before their eyes, they’re empowered to keep going.
No experience needed from teachers and students.
A global movement with more than 100 million learners in 180 countries. Tutorials are available in 40 different languages.
Why computer science?
Every 21st-century student should have the opportunity to take part in creating technology that’s changing our world. The basics help nurture creativity and problem-solving skills, and prepare students for any future career. But most schools still don’t teach computer science.
The incredible Hour of Code movement
1 in 3 students in US schools have tried an Hour of Code.
Over 100M students have participated at 77,000 events worldwide.
More girls have tried computer science than in the last 70 years.
Every Apple Store in the world hosted an Hour of Code
President Obama wrote a line of code with students at the White House.
The movement has been featured on Google, YouTube, Yahoo!, Bing and Disney homepages.
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