• CSEdWeek is an annual call to action to inspire K-12 students to learn computer science, advocate for equity, and celebrate the contributions of students, teachers, and partners in the field. This year’s CSEdWeek theme is #CelebratingProgress.

    Why should you celebrate CSEdWeek?

    • Create excitement and interest around CS
    • Expose students to CS opportunities who may not be taking CS courses
    • Promote CS opportunities in your community
    • Foster computational thinking & creativity skills
    • Spark student interest in career opportunities

    Check out our CSEdWeek Celebrations

    Follow along with us on social media by following @GwinnettSchools and @CS4All _GCPS and our hashtag #GCPSCS4All.

    Schools may celebrate by:

    • Hosting a school-wide competition or Makeathon
    • Creating a CS awareness campaign
    • Hosting an Hour of Code event
    • Hosting a family or community CS event
    • Learning about CS Heroes

    Want to celebrate at home? Check out these resources!

    Get hands-on with CS “unplugged” activities: Give kids a break from technology while still teaching exciting and engaging CS skills. CS First and Code.org have many activities.

    Engage in the Hour of CodeCheck out Code.org’s Hour of Code page, which allows you to filter through hundreds of activities based on subject, technology available, length, age, and more. You can check out other great Hour of Code activities using these resources:

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