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K-12 Classrooms Taking Action

Join us for a 3-week global collaboration experience for classrooms. Classrooms will be introduced to computer science foundations then will use skills of problem-solving, computational thinking, creativity, and digital literacy to create solutions for our planet.

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Free, online

All are welcome! Register for individual students, classes, clubs, or full schools!

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Across the curriculum

Gamified experience with activities designed to be added into any subject

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Bite sized, action packed

Ready-to-go videos, lessons, and materials set for action for busy-but-eager classrooms

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Getting started

March 11 - April 22, 2024

Students from more than 100 countries join together to build skills, exchange ideas, and use coding for our planet and its people. Pick your League of Purpose! Will your class take on Oceans, Energy, Water, or Land? Weekly updates:

  • Phase 1 (1-2 weeks)

    Challenges are delivered to your email inbox! Claim your League Badge and Action Guide here. Move through the sequence of activities and get set for Week 2.
    Read the guidelines we sent.

  • Phase 2 (1-2 weeks)

    Time for coding! Now that you and your students have identified your target solution, work with activities and tools to explore topics. Break problems into component parts and create a plan.

  • Phase 3 (1-2 weeks)

    Coding, collaboration, climate action! Meet up with members of your League of Purpose in a class-to-class global virtual exchange to share ideas, perspectives, and feedback.

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How it works

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Step 1

Register for Coding for Climate.



You'll be receiving an email with guidelines.

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Step 2

Start planning how you will run your project. Choose a problem you want to solve


Find a list of global threats here

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Step 3

Run the project with your students starting March 11 2024.
Your students can choose which technology they prefer to use:

Scratch, Minecraft, micro:bit, Web, AI, Python, LEGO Fortnite, App prototyping, etc.

You can even code without computer devices (unplugged coding. Check your options.

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Step4

Submit your work before May.

Check the other participants' solutions.





Celebrate!

The Problem

Which environmental issue will you solve? It's up to you!

Your solution

There are different technologies you can use to work on a solution. You can even participate without using technology.

Unplugged coding

Unplugged coding

Unplugged coding is coding without using devices and without writing lines of code.

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Scratch

Scratch

Scratch is a free block-based visual programming language and website where you can create your own interactive stories, games, and animations. With a target audience of ages 8 to 16, users on the website can create projects using a block-like interface.

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Minecraft

Minecraft

Minecraft is a game where players place blocks and go on adventures. This includes anything from crafting simple items to building structures like houses, castles, and cities, or even making complex mechanical devices, all within the game's world.

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micro:bit

micro:bit

The micro:bit device can be programmed to do a number of different things, it can be a digital watch, fitness tracker or a games console. The device features 25 LED lights and two programmable buttons, which can be used in game-play or to skip through tracks in a playlist.

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Web

Webpages can be created in several ways. You can code your own page in HTML, CSS and PHP or you can use a prebuilt tool like WordPress or Wix.

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LEGO

LEGO Fortnite

LEGO Fortnite is an open world survival video game.

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Python

Python

Python is a popular general-purpose programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability. Python can be used on a server to create web applications and more.

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Artificial Intelligence

AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the intelligence of machines or software, as opposed to the intelligence of humans or other animals. It allows to generate text, coding, images and even videos.

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App prototyping

Apps for smartphones and apps have really been changing our behavior and the way we consume and create information. How about creating your own designs for a new cutting-edge app?!

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Other options include Raspberry Pi, Unity, wearables, etc. Your choice. The sky is the limit!

Our Lesson Plans

Find our Lesson Plans which we made with experts and our partners!

Action Guide & League Badges

Check our Action Guide to get started and claim your badge here:


Action Guide
 
Badge Water
Badge Land
Badge Energy
Badge Ocean
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Some numbers about climate

  • Our community

  • Our solutions

  • Our impact

  • 0+

    thousand teachers & students involved

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    Countries involved

  • 0 +

    million kg of CO2 equivalent reduced

Live event




We will be going live celebrate your work!
Save the date: April 18 2024! read more



Truly global




From Bahamas to Papoea New Guinea, Iceland and South Africa. We are all on ONE mission!

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Our partners





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