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Codecombat.com is perhaps the most engaging web-based coding platform I’ve utilized in my teaching practice. Students must try and code their way through this role-playing game by mastering programming challenges. The website also provides the teacher with curriculum and implementation guides to make using Codecombat a pleasure. The website offers its “Introduction to Computer Science” module for free. Complete access to the additional units starts at around $30 per student/per year.
Code.org is one of my favorite resources and a great jumping-in point for any teacher interested in bringing coding and gamification to their classroom. Code.org, started in 2013, helped to ignite the coding revolution in American schools. The website provides a host of beginner coding challenges featuring popular culture including Anna and Elsa, Star Wars and Angry Birds.