How does it work?
- Get your free Canada Learning Code Week lesson plans delivered to your inbox
- Teach a featured lesson plan (or more) during Canada Learning Code Week (December 4-10)
- After you teach, you’ll tell us how many students you taught and get a unique code that will unlock Emoji World for your class
- This will give each student access to Emoji World so they can see how their new coding skills made an impact (and then have fun making Emoji World continue to grow!)
Who is Canada Learning Code Week for?
- Teachers and educators from around Canada
- All coding skill levels, especially absolute beginners
- Earthlings in grades one to twelve and their star teachers
- Teachers with coding in their curriculum
- Teachers who want to add creativity and computer science to their classroom
- Teachers looking to integrate coding into existing subjects
Why should you participate?
Besides being THE coolest teacher on the block, you’ll:
- Bring coding into your class in a fun and easy way
- Already be prepped with our featured lesson plans
- Be part of creating something big with your students
- Connect coding to climate action education
Teach code with your class to unlock Emoji World and make it a better place for all emojis. Unlock Emoji World
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We’ll send you grade-appropriate, climate-themed, curriculum-connected lesson plans featured for Canada Learning Code Week right to your email. Then, you teach. It’s that easy!
Teach this lesson if you want to see your students’ environmental responsibility shines through poetry.
Students will discuss what it means to be ‘green’ and create a Green Haiku together, then bring their favourite idea to life using ScratchJr.
Subjects: English language arts, Science and technology, Mathematics
Teach this lesson if your students are micro:bit lovers, ready to use that love for good.
Students will create a prototype addressing one of the UN’s Global Goals, to take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.
Subjects: English language arts, Science and technology, Social sciences
Teach this lesson if your students are ready to be eco-data heroes.
Students will use Python and the Pygal graphing library to visualize data about one of the most important issues facing our country: greenhouse gas emissions and their relation to climate change.
Subjects: Science and technology, Mathematics
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Highlights from Canada Learning Code Week 2022
If students and teachers all over Canada collaborated to create their own virtual world, what would that impact look like?
Imagine 2,600+ emojis, hand-picked by students from around Canada during Canada Learning Code Week, creating a visual representation of our impact with a fun and expressive connection to how we communicate daily in our digital world.Read on