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SAS Accessibility Webinar: Collaborative Coding For ALL Students

Prepare for the Hour of Code with this accessible lesson! Watch the recorded webinar!

UPDATED 11/7/21 to include the recorded webinar. Watch webinar here.

UPDATED 10/28/21 to include information about the Sweepstakes! Four participants will be selected to receive a SAS CodeSnaps Kit that includes two Sphero BOLT robots, three sets of SAS CodeSnaps braille blocks and a meter stick (total value of $320) to use at their school! Enter here for the SAS CodeSnaps Kit (no purchase necessary).

Note: Registering for the webinar will enter you into the contest. If you do not register for the webinar, you can email your entry. Entry deadline is 5 pm EST on November 5, 2021.

See the new post on the Sphero website, Sphero and SAS 2021 Commitment to CSForAll.

SAS® Accessibility Webinar: Collaborative Coding for ALL Students  

When: 2:00-4:00 PM EST on November 3, 2021 

Where: Zoom


About the Webinar 

Do you teach students with visual impairments? Do you want to get them engaged with coding in an interactive, hands-on way? 

If you answered “yes”, this webinar is for you!

It can be challenging to find resources for teaching coding to students with visual impairments. SAS believes that every student should have the opportunity to learn to code and aims to accomplish this through SAS CodeSnaps – a collaborative coding environment that can get an entire classroom coding with just a single iPad and a Sphero robot. 

During this training, you will learn how to run a CodeSnaps session to meet the needs of students with visual impairments. We’ll provide guidance on: 

Target Audience


Registration is required. To register for this webinar, please complete the registration form.


Learn More

To learn more about SAS Accessibility, visit the SAS Disability Support Center.

Contact Us

Can’t find what you need? We’re here to help. Send questions to [email protected].

Download the SAS Accessibility Webinar Flier here.

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