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Weekly update #1 | Welcome!


Welcome to CoderZ League Fall Season 2022!


Dear teachers, welcome to CoderZ League 2022!

You are now part of a global community of educators and students who will go through an empowering learning experience together. We’re excited to walk you through your journey and help you develop your students’ knowledge in STEAM, problem-solving, strategic thinking, and a lot more!

Getting started with CoderZ League

First and foremost, we highly recommend a thorough review of the League’s user guide. The guide has everything you need to know about the league: structure, points, missions, the challenge, schedule, and awards. If after reading the user guide you still have questions, please look up our Facebook group and ask us anything.

If you have issues with accessing the league, please send us an email at

After logging into your teacher account, there are several "Getting Started" walkthrough tutorials. These can be accessed at any time by clicking the star “Walkthrough” icon to the left of your username.

The Training Camp

The training camp is now available on our platform. To access the missions, simply go to the “Learning Center” tab and look for your division’s name (Novice, Junior, or Pro). In each of these courses, you’ll be able to find the corresponding pack with the training camp.

You already have access to the creating team option, so now it's time to create your team/s. Once you are ready, invite your students to join and start the training camp.
If you have already purchased the curriculum and you are in the middle of training, we suggest you continue with the curriculum as planned.

**Note: Training camp missions do not grant points towards CoderZ League. They are designed expressly for teaching purposes. Only the missions and challenges which become available after the October 10th grant points toward the leaderboard.

What’s New?

Game rotation -First and foremost, and most excitingly, this year a new game enters each division. Games that have changed will have a chance to return in later years.
The final challenges (Basketbot in Junior and Topplebot in Pro) will remain the same.

In addition, from now on, each year will introduce a new challenge for each game, including the final challenges, meaning the game itself will remain the same but the challenge itself will change, giving students the opportunity to try a different challenge in familiar games and will have to find new creative solutions even though they already know the mechanics of the games.

Stage tabs - The second change is a major overhaul to the look and feel of the "CoderZ League" tab. Now there will be a tab for each stage with all the relevant information about that stage. We are sure that this change will make it much easier to understand what exactly is happening at each stage and what the teams should focus on.

Want to know more? Watch the broadcast CoderZ League kickoff 2022.

Two very important dates to record in your calendars:

October 11, 2022 – Let the games begin! CoderZ League missions will become available, so get your engines ready and be sure to make all necessary adjustments prior to the beginning of the league.

November 15, 2022 – The group stage is open (For Junior & Pro divisions only)

Updates, Training, and Support

  • In case you did not participate in the webinar that took place on September 19, we invite you to watch the recording
  • Starting October 11th, you’ll receive a weekly update with all the information you need per week so you won’t miss out on any important information.

Rooting for you and here for you always! 

CoderZ League Team

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