Women in Tech Series – Full interviews with Women Leaders in the Tech industry.
Code.org – Tons of tutorials and resources that students can do right at home.
Scratch – Learn to code by dragging and dropping instructions.
Code Academy – Follow-along tutorials that get kids coding right away.
Hello Ruby – Targeted towards the smallest learners, “Hello, Ruby” has lesson plans ready for the classroom.
ScratchEd – Find resources for Scratch lessons plans to use with your students.
Alice – Similar to Scratch but targeted towards older students, Alice helps visually teach students Computer Science fundamentals.
Code.org Hour of Code – If you can find one hour in your classroom time, there’s time to introduce students of all ages to a 60 minute online coding tutorial.
National Center for Women in Technology: Girls in IT: The Facts
Google’s 2016 Report: Trends in the State of Computer Science in U.S. K-12 Schools
Google’s 2016 Report: Diversity Gaps in Computer Science
Code.org’s Fact Sheet: Computer Science Education in Pennsylva