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Codecademy After School Club

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Codecademy have launched an after school club project which includes a scheme of work teacher’s pack and a lounge for teachers to discuss ideas. It is great to see Codecademy still pushing new ideas to introduce programming in schools and these new resources look very good. Sources:

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Review: Code Avengers

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Code Avengers is a website which aims to help teach Javascript (and soon HTML) to students. Designed by Michael Walmsley, Code Avengers is aimed at GCSE level students at was initially designed to cover the New Zealand curriculum. The first thing you will notice is that the

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BAFTA Young Game Designers

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The BAFTA Young Game Designers competition has launched again, but this time there is a slight difference. Previously students could only enter a design plan for a game (Game Concept Award), but this year there is a second competition that also allows students to actually develop their

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Hackasaurus – ‘Mash up websites’

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Hackasaurus is an open source project from Mission:Mozilla. It is a suite of tools and curriculum that make it easy for anyone to learn webmaking through HTML and CSS. It is built around their X-Ray Goggle technology that allows you to ‘see behind’ web pages and look

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Code Race – Revise your HTML

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Code Race is a website that pits you against other coders in a race to solve HTML and CSS problems. To be able to use it you need to already have a good understanding of HTML and CSS – it would be too difficult for beginners. However

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