Virtual Learning for
In light of Covid-19, Education and Educators have been adapting to the current health situation with the help of Technology.
We have been supporting teachers worldwide to continue bringing and delivering essential 21st Century Digital Skills to their students. To do this we are providing resources and support including virtual teaching guidance, free content access and webinars.
We have drawn on our experience from the last 6 years of enabling teachers to deliver digital skills learning virtually and in person to put together and share these resources.
Virtual Learning Resources for Educators
Teaching Material: Course Guide
CodePacks are short pilot tech courses that introduce digital skills with minimal teaching through guided projects that you and your students can try. We’re offering free virtual coding course guides for it! Fill in the form and we’ll send it over to you.
Virtual Coding Classes
Teaching Materials and Delivery: Ready-to-use Curriculum
Integrate real-world, project based technology curriculum into all your subject areas so that your students, no matter their interest, can develop the skills required for the future. Let us know which curriculum works for you and we’ll help you bring it online.
Teaching and Learning Materials: Byte-sized Guided Coding Projects with Live Support
CodeBytes is a subscription that teaches your students to code through our learning platform BSD Online. There are over 30 fun, guided projects that your students can complete on their own with our Personal Tech Coaches or with you.
Join us for casual yet informative webinars as we share how we’re working hand-in-hand with schools to integrate virtual technology education into existing lessons and across all subjects.
Get inspired as we also share some stories from schools we work with around the world, such as how they overcome challenges and successfully started and implemented digital skills into their curriculum.
Free Downloadable Infographic
As we’ve been running virtual classes with schools around the world in the past few months, we wanted to compile helpful tips that could support and guide you in case you decide to run them for your students.