Skill Struck is not only engaging for the students but it helps solve the issues of standard alignments for many administrators. It was the easiest implementation of a program.
At one point I found out one of my principals had been spending their own time building manual lessons for their teachers and I had to introduce them to Skill Struck. It’s been a lifesaver and has so much value.
I love that besides the work of getting my students on the platform, I have been able to step aside and learn from my students and have them teach me about CS
Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the Computer Science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one on one attention. It also gave me more opportunities to give the students additional programming assignments to help them understand the concepts better.
I have most liked that Skill Struck includes helpful videos in order to help us through the lesson. I also like that it has descriptive instructions and that we can use the site anytime even when we're not in school.
I can choose my own character to go on a puzzle adventure and when I get to the treasure, I like to celebrate and help my classmates figure it out.
Teaching K–12 computer science is easy with Skill Struck’s engaging, online platforms. No coding experience necessary.
Our platforms ensure that educators and students have the tools they need to teach and learn computer science effectively. Check out some of our features below.
Skill Struck supports in-person, blended, and remote learning. Whether students are in the classroom or at home, they can access these online platforms and work on personal and group projects. And educators can see students’ code and manage what they’re working on.
Teachers are busy and every minute of your time is valuable. Our autograder keeps students on track and feeds their progress into your teacher dashboard. With the autograder, your teachers can spend more time working with students and less time grading and debugging code.
We have platforms that span the K-12 lifecycle. Because students learn at different paces, we made sure the students can guide the pace of activities and games. And the autograder supports self-sufficient students.
Keep students engaged with an endless supply of games, puzzles, assignments, and quizzes. Students can explore both block and syntax-based coding and learn at their own pace while staying engaged.
For teachers who are overwhelmed by the prospect of teaching computer science for the first time, or just short on time, our lesson plans are standards-aligned for every grade level.
"Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the computer science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention."
"Using the teacher portal has been super easy and seamless. Adding students, removing them, assigning them to different classes has been a breeze."
"The students like the platform and they are progressing through the lessons. We have students picking up coding for the first time and they are enjoying it and following along easily. I really like that Skill Struck has a lot of extra activities and challenges for my more advanced students so I can spend more time with the students that need help."
“The program and the people behind it are innovative, intelligent, and organized. The platform is very user-friendly and l have been able to guide my students easily through the curriculum.”
“I have really enjoyed being able to view a student’s code at one click of a button. So if students email me and let me know they are struggling, I can open their code and give them immediate and specific feedback.”
“I've seen a lot of benefits with using Skill Struck this last semester. Having a mapped out, structured way to learn and experience the computer science curriculum really freed up time for me to give students one-on-one attention.”
"For the teachers it's great, they can go back and see how students are progressing and it has auto-grading built in, so that is really effective because going back to read and grade multiple lines of code can take an extensive amount of time. It is helpful for the students as well to be able to auto-grade their own code because we want them to be self-guided learners."
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