Finding a course for your students

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When getting started on Code.org as a teacher, you'll first want to find the right course for your students to work through. Visit our courses page to find this interactive chart on what courses would be most applicable for a given grade or grade range. 

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We offer several shorter Hour of Code courses, and longer main courses (listed above in the chart) which have accompanying curriculum and in-depth lesson plans. You can find all accompanying curriculum for all of our courses at curriculum.code.org. On that same courses page, you'll find links to each of our Hour of Code activities (updated each Fall), and links to various tools and resources for your classroom, including:

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Once you've decided on a course for your students, you can create a class section for them to join, via student accounts you can make for them as well. Click here to see the next article in our getting started series, with creating class sections. 

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    Sylvia Loosveldt

    How can you tell the difference between A, B, C, etc.?

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    SWeaver

    The curriculum.code.org link is broken.

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