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The Dash and Dot inclusive coding curriculum for all students.

Debug'd comes with printed curriculum guide and materials, digital materials and ready to print materials to support explicit instruction with differentiation for students regardless of challenges:

  • Communication
  • Physical disability
  • Literacy
  • New to English
  • Visual perceptual challenges
  • Cognitive challenges

Each Debug'd lesson creates connections with real world life skills like communication, team work, sequencing, problem solving, math. With Debug'd, students aren’t just learning to code with Dash and Dot, they’re coding to learn.

Debug'd Webinar 

Check out the webinar for a Debug'd deep dive.  See how the curriculum works, hear user stories, plus learn about the research and partnership behind Debug'd. 
Presented by the authors: Susie Blackstien-Adler, Leanne Husk and Christy McDonald
Duration: 60 mins.
Receive a certificate of attendance and sample kit!

Debug'd Dash & Dot Curriculum

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Debug'd Dash & Dot includes:

Digital materials:

  • Activities for Clicker 7 & 8 to support lessons


  • 4 sets of Blockly Blocks per kit – 2 sets with and 2 sets without symbols
  • Blockly Block Parameters and Events Reference Cards
  • 4 Symbol-supported Student Reference Resources
  • Communication Boards
  • Student Feedback Templates

4 sets of red and yellow bracelets

Why is coding important for all students

  • reinforces and generalizes literacy and math skills
  • increases communication and collaboration skills
  • fosters resilience and problem solving strategies by rewarding persistence
  • develops metacognitive skill required to give instructions to another person
  • confidence building in the use of technology
  • generates a feeling of accomplishment
  • creates a sense of belonging in the learning community
  • makes connections to other curriculum areas

Debug'd was created by a collaborative partnership with Bridges Canada and the Inclusive Design Research Centre of OCAD University; made possible by a grant from the Innovation, Science and Economic Development department of the Federal Government of Canada.

Debugd is a product of the Coding to Learn and Create project.  For more information about the project and additional resources visit