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12 Best Coding Tools & Resources for Kids Learning From Home

This blog post is part two in a three-part series on Kids and Coding from a Tech Boot Camp group at the University of Texas at Austin.

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This blog is part two in a three-part series on Kids and Coding. In this article, they’ve compiled a helpful list of tools and resources so your child can start learning valuable skills for web development. If you’re interested in learning more about why kids should learn to code, check out their first post highlighting a variety of benefits beyond technology. For even more supplemental learning, don’t forget to read part three of the series: The 15 Best Coding Books for Kids.

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UT Austin Boot Camps

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University of Texas at Austin

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May 14, 2021

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Navigating the Learning at Home

This tool has been developed as part of the Inclusive School Communities Project in Australia, funded by the National Disability Insurance Agency. It is written for parents/caregivers to navigate and support their children’s learning at home.

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This tool is written for parents/caregivers to navigate and support their children’s learning at home. It was written in response to the shift to learning-at-home as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic although the strategies are just as relevant now that most students in Australia have returned to school. The tool recognises the challenges and frustrations parents/caregivers and their children may face in making sense of the learning that has been sent home. This tool is also relevant to educators planning work during the COVID-19 pandemic or another situation that requires a student to be learning-at-home (e.g., recovering from surgery).

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Sarah Humphreys

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Inclusive Schools Australia

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August 4, 2020

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