Learn about how the STEM Expeditionary Charter School has fully integrated Kano into the curriculum for all 4th and 5th graders, plus in their makerspace for 2nd and 8th graders.
Sam Patterson is an expert in maker and coding education and is a devoted connected educator – his focus is connecting with his students, from puppets to podcasts. Learn about his philosophy and how Kano aligns.
Michael Luetjen’s learning space is a place for computer science exploration. He empowers his students to explore basics of digital fluency and coding, and he shares on how Kano is a key tool he uses with his learners.
Literacy Specialist Cory Roush shares on how the library is bringing young people and their parents together through Kano workshops and membership.
The CoderDojo community and Kano partner to bring coding challenges to their communities. Peter O’Shea, CoderDojo’s Community and Events Lead for EMEA, shares more on the impact Kano has had on dojos.
Firetech camps and afterschool programs have been growing like crazy in the UK and now in Europe and Australia, with more than 20 courses in coding, making and digital arts. They love using Kano to teach Python in a minecraft environment as well as to expose young people to the use of code in art, games, and music.
Best Buy’s Geek Squad Academy uses Kano to engage teens with digital literacy as part of camp and club programs. Kano was part of their biggest Geek Squad event ever, with 300 teens building computers and coding.
Kano is for all ages. Our youngest maker has been 4. Our oldest, over 80. If you can read, you can start. Build with a book. Learn code with simple steps. Play alone, or together.
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