CodeCombat’s Teacher Toolkit includes all the teaching resources you need to best support your students throughout all of your CodeCombat courses.
Table of Contents
Located on the left side of the page is the Table of Contents. Here you will find quick-links pertaining to each section of the Toolkit. The five sections of the Teacher Toolkit include: Getting Started, Educator Resources, Curriculum, Student Resources, and FAQs. You can use these quick-links to navigate the Teacher Toolkit easily, and access the resources you require from one place. Located beneath the Table of Contents is a direct email link to CodeCombat's Support Team. You can reach out to CodeCombat Support at any time here should you require additional assistance regarding issues with your account or your students' accounts.
The Getting Started section of the Teacher Toolkit contains all the resources you need to start your CodeCombat Computer Science curriculum. Here you will find multiple guides and documents tailored to help you get your students playing and learning in CodeCombat. These guides range from setting up your teacher account and classes, navigating your Teacher Dashboard, assigning courses, setting up your students for competitive play in CodeCombat's AI League, and more.
The Educator Resources section contains all the resources necessary to integrate CodeCombat into your classroom. Here you will find our Scope & Sequence, Pacing Guides, AP Computer Science Curriculum, Ozaria & CodeCombat Pathways, assessments and quizzes, our EdTech Adventures Podcast, and more.
The Curriculum section contains all of CodeCombat's turnkey Lesson Slides, Lesson Plans, Bonus Activities, Syntax Guides, and more. You can use these resources to best plan your curriculum, introduce your students to new coding concepts, and also guide students during independent practice with unplugged extension activities.
Student Resources section is the perfect place to get your students Quick-Started, and fully immersed within the CodeCombat curriculum. Here you will find syntax guides you can distribute to students containing cheatsheets with references to common syntax in our computer science courses. You can also find the Engineer Cycle Worksheet - a great way to introduce students to the basics of the engineering cycles. Lastly, you can access the Student Progress Journal, which encourages students to keep track of all the progress they make.
The last section of the of the Teacher Toolkit is CodeCombat's FAQs. Here you will find direct links to our additional articles written to answer our users' most frequently asked questions for CodeCombat. From Getting Started, Teacher Dashboard & Student Management, Curriculum, Integrations such as Clever or Google Classrooms, and General FAQs; the FAQ section has all the answers you need.