Coding is essential to help students thrive in a future driven by technology. Apple created the Everyone Can Code programme to give everyone the power to learn, write, and teach coding. The programme includes a free comprehensive curriculum and resources for after-school learning that helps students build their own apps, even those with no prior coding experience.
Coding Resources for Primary 1 to Primary 3 Students on iPad
The Get Started with Code Teacher Guides include lessons to help teachers bring coding into the primary classroom using the visual-based programming apps codeSpark Academy and Tynker. The lessons highlight key coding concepts while demonstrating how coding is a way of thinking that can be applied to other learning areas and everyday life.
Coding Resources for Primary 4 to Primary 6 Students on iPad
Swift Playgrounds is a free iPad app from Apple that makes learning and experimenting with code interactive and fun. The app includes a complete set of Apple-designed Learn to Code lessons which let students use real Swift code to solve puzzles and guide a character through a 3D world. And the Learn to Code Teacher Guides help you bring Swift Playgrounds into the classroom, no matter your level of coding experience.
App Development Resources for Secondary Schools and above on Mac
The Intro to App Development with Swift and App Development with Swift curricula are designed to teach secondary school and post-secondary school students with little or no programming experience how to build their first iOS apps. And now, students can earn App Development with Swift Certification through Certiport*.
Coding Club Resources
The Swift Coding Club kit gives teachers, students, and club mentors the tools they need to start their own coding clubs. The kit gives students aged 8 and above the ability to collaborate, prototype apps, and explore how coding can make a difference in their communities using fun activities from the Everyone Can Code curriculum.
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