Each easy-to-teach lesson is geared toward expanding students' creativity and teaching them computing skills.
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Our Code/Art lessons are the perfect way to merge technology and creativity in the classroom and are perfect for first-time coders. Introduce coding to students in a fun and engaging way!
Beyond the training, Code/Art provides teachers with university-level teaching assistants to help in the classroom as well as a teaching community to answer questions and provide on-going support.
Teachers can help their schools achieve STE(A)M designation through this program. Additionally, our training meets CPALMS standards for Visual Art: Innovation, Technology, and the Future.
“I learned that coding is not as impossible as I thought it was!” – Ana Weiss
“I was delighted that it was very step-by-step. I could actually do it with my students very easily.” – Ana Vo
“The videos were very well done and provide someone like me, who is not a coding teacher, a great way to guide a classroom.” – Maria Sanin
“Creativity is the one thing that helps all of us learn. I believe this is the kind of activity that can make any subject come more alive to students.” – Bernadine Bush
To date, Miami Dade Public School Art Teachers have reported teaching Code/Art to 2,751 students. This was the first introduction to coding for 2,080 students. Of those, 1,154 were females students!
The lessons being taught by teachers across South Florida include:
Coding a Self-Portrait using Processing.JS
3D Modeling using TinkerCad
Game Design using Scratch
Abstract Art using Scratch
After learning the lessons, female students are eligible to compete in Code/Art’s Annual All-Girls Coding Competition! Learn More