How to Code: Parent and Teacher Guide by Max Wainewright
  

How to Code: Parent and Teacher Guide

Written by Max Wainewright
Illustrated by Mike Henson

RRP £12.99

Synopsis

How to Code: Parent and Teacher Guide by Max Wainewright

Book 5 is a guide for parents and teachers, which provides an overview of the topics covered in books 1-4. This title includes background information, troubleshooting and extra activities to support children (and grown-ups!) in learning key coding concepts. The How to Code series introduces coding through clear and concise information, teamed with simple and practical tasks, from drawing shapes, giving instructions in code, building games and much more! With coding having been recently introduced into the UK curriculum as a result of the 'skills gap' within the industry, there's never been a better time to learn about programming. There are five titles in the How to Code series: Book 1: 978-1-78493-236-7 Book 2: 978-1-78493-237-4 Book 3: 978-1-78493-238-1 Book 4: 978-1-78493-239-8 Parents and Teacher Guide: 978-1-78493-240-4

Reviews

Now that coding is on the curriculum why not get a head start and learn for yourself at home (or perhaps find these books in your school library?) These are step-by-step guides that use free online resources. This is a friendly and fun way to learn to code. Armadillo

About the Author

MAX WAINEWRIGHT has written over 20 educational software titles for children. His programs and websites have won a number of awards including BETT, ERA and Practical Pre-School Gold Awards. Max also used to be a primary school teacher. He lives in London with his wife and two children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
64 pages
Interest Age: From 7

Author

Max Wainewright
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Publisher

QED Publishing

Publication date

1st July 2015

ISBN

9781784932404


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