When:Monday, December 4 - Sunday, December 10
Target Audience:Students in grades K-12 and teachers
Computer Science Education Week, Dec. 4-10, 2023, is an annual event meant to encourage K-12 students to explore coding. Throughout the week, students, teachers, and curious learners of all ages can participate by spending an hour (or more!) writing code.
Get started by exploring our collection of coding projects and standards-aligned lessons inspired by real NASA missions and science. Plus, find more educational resources designed to get students coding along with NASA.
Video: Hack Into Computer Science With NASA
Meet computer scientists working at NASA and learn how they use programming to launch spacecraft and explore the cosmos.
Coding Projects for Students
Try out these coding projects for students inspired by real NASA missions and science.
- Expert Talk
Learning Space With NASA – How We Use Coding to Explore Mars
Learn how we use coding to build and operate Mars rovers – and the Mars helicopter!
Coding Lessons for Educators
Teach students about coding and computer science with this collection of standards-aligned activities inspired by real NASA missions and science.