Teacher Training

Our team is experienced at training educators and our content will support you along the way. We will set you up for success and ensure you have everything you need to confidently teach your community how to code during Canada Learning Code Week.

Step 1

Download the Teacher Guide

Step 2

Watch the Video Tutorials

Step 3

Explore our Lessons


Get Set Up

We use Scratch to teach all of our lessons. If you’re not familiar with Scratch, we recommend you start here! These lessons include an Introductory Walkthrough of Scratch and How to Set-Up an Educator Account.

view all introductory videos

Lesson Tutorials

When you are ready to dive into our lessons each one is broken down into a video tutorial to accompany the step by step notes on our lessons page

view all lesson tutorials

Terminology and Theory

We have prepared a series of short terminology videos to call out some key programming terms that are covered in our lesson and how they exist in Scratch.

view all terminology videos

Keep Learning

Our partners Code.org are a non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science, and increasing participation by women and underrepresented minorities. Creators of the immensely popular Hour Code, they have helped millions of educators to bring code into their classroom with Code Studio.

We recommend educators explore Course 2 of their Code Studio and use it as a tool to get comfortable with the concepts in the lessons we made for Canada Learning Code Week.

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