Complement your Hour of Code activities!

In partnership with Code.org, Skype in the Classroom is hosting a week of free 30-minute classroom broadcasts and live Q&A with professionals who use code to create amazing things.

Can't join this week? No problem! Simply register for the sessions you're interested in and we'll send you the on-demand versions.

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Miral and Madison will share how technology is helping them bring exciting new creations to dance, fashion and design.

Your students will see how code is helping their computer-powered light suits and wearable tech come to life and how the fusion of art and technology offers endless possibilities.

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On Demand

Treat your students to the chance to hear from a Minecraft designer and a developer about how to build games and make them fun and engaging.

Miko and Lisa will also share what happens when code goes wrong and how those "mistakes" can often be opportunities!

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On Demand

The basic fundamentals of storytelling don't change whether it's a book or a movie, but the way stories can be told has changed dramatically. By using 3D animation and other technology tools, stories like Harry Potter, and Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them can be illustrated in many different forms.

Hear from Andy and Brian, two storytelling experts about how they rely on code to bring stories to life.

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On Demand

If you can think of some of your favorite scenes in movies, chances are technology helped make them great. Trina has had the awesome opportunity to do just that by working on movies like Shrek, Harry Potter, and The Dark Knight.

Hear about how she got started in movie graphics and animation and learn about the many free tools available to inspire kids today like Hour of Code and Pixar in a Box.

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On Demand

Artificial intelligence and machine learning can be used to tackle some of the world's biggest problems and really make a difference.

Join Jennifer and Lucas as they share how technology can aid with biodiversity and conservation, and learn about tools kids can use today to help explore the world around them.