Code Club Australia is the network of volunteers and educators getting kids coding! Through a grant from the Telstra Foundation, Code Club is on a mission to offer FREE professional development to educators keen on getting their students coding in the classroom.
Please note that each teacher must self-register!
Librarians may register, but must be nominated by their Branch Manager or other supervisor in place of principal nomination (see below)
First three teachers to register are honoured from any one school, subsequent teachers to enroll will be waitlisted until we see how registrations go.
Each teacher registered is required to furnish a letter of nomination from their principal to attend.
Each teacher registering must appoint an alternate delegate to attend in the case of unexpected absence.
Open to in-service public and private primary school teachers
Steps for registration:
1) Register via this page.
2) Nominate an alternative attendee should your circumstances change (please name them in your principal's letter).
3) Obtain a letter of nomination from your principal naming you as the attendee** The letter is required for us to track our impact and administration purposes.
What will be covered on the day?
Arrival & introductions.
Demystifying coding in the Classroom.
Scratch: Getting started with Code Club curriculum.
Teaching vs Facilitating Collaborative Learning: What makes Code Club different?
Break for lunch (on your own, lunch is not catered at this event.)
Scratch II: Bringing Scratch into the classroom today.
Code Club project II: Exploring Scratch with peers.
Register for materials and final questions.
Want to learn more? Check us out at Code Club Australia!
Check out our active network of Code Clubs in Australia!
** Principal nomination letter shall include the following:
School letterhead complete with postal address.
Your name as nominated teacher attending.
Name of elected alternate should you become unavailable.
A pledge to register for FREE Code Club Materials, for use in the classroom or for a Code Club following the PD Day.