Volunteers run Code Clubs at local schools. Primary schools host Code Clubs, once a week. Kids attend once a week and learn the basics of coding. Code Club helps volunteers and schools find each other then creates and provides projects for volunteers to teach at club sessions.
They say that the site will have Scratch lessons by the end of August 2012.
It is an online environment for interactively exploring programming languages. The name comes from the read-eval-print loop, the interactive toplevel used by languages like Lisp and Python.
pybotwar is a fun and educational game where players write computer programs to control simulated robots
The best part is that it combines a video tutorial with an interactive editor that is just fantastic. Here are some examples of that
UA Engineering program uses solar-powered robots to teach middle school kids about the challenges facing solar as a viable energy source
Tying a robotics activity to the Curiosity rover might be a good idea. Here is some basic info about Curiosity. No activities yet.
An incredibly complete set of slides talking about computing technology from the very beginning.
The slides aren’t really organized well but there’s a lot to learn in them.