With the outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) now affecting several educational institutions around the world, we at 2Simple are offering 30 days extended free trial to Python in Pieces for schools and home users. Start your 30 days free trial here.
Python in Pieces is an interactive coding environment, designed to build student and teacher confidence in the text-based coding language of Python. With the ability to easily translate from block-code to Python, in BOTH directions, students will quickly become empowered to progress from the expectations of upper primary school through to Secondary School. The guided lessons allow students to manage their own learning and teacher solution guides enable teachers to support student learning at every step.
Designed by teachers to empower the specialist and non-specialist to teach coding with confidence. Enabling students to transition from block-based code to text-based code, whilst encouraging creativity.
Designed around the curriculum
All 18 lessons have been designed for classroom delivery and to support home learning.
Guided lesson activities
Explainer videos, task lists, hints and teacher solution guides are available for every lesson.
Teachers can review whole class and individual performance. Whilst students can monitor their own progression.
Ability to flip between block-based coding and Python in both directions allowing students to explore, test and understand their code.
Step-by-step lessons with instructional videos.
Free-code areas to test their knowledge and unleash their creativity.
Compatibility with Micro:bit.
Ability to create visually rich programs and games with sprites and background images.
We offer annual subscriptions starting from $5 per student per year* with an initial one-off joining fee of $300 which includes MIS data integration and set-up.
*requires minimum 30 students
Contact us for a full quote and to speak to one of the team.
I really am excited about Python in Pieces, I really think it will be the perfect stepping stone between the work we already do with scratch, and introducing python at a younger age.