Code Jumper is now available!

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Boy and girl sitting at a table playing with Code Jumper pods and a tablet.

APH's press release 2/26/20

We are thrilled to announce that your wait is now over - Code Jumper, the incredible innovation designed to teach children who are blind or visually impaired the basics of coding, is now available for sale. (Please note, if you are an Ex-Officio Trustee (EOT), or a TVI at a school/organization that is part of the Federal Quota program, please log into aph.org to see the discounted pricing available to your organization.)
 
Code Jumper is currently available for purchase in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. For purchases inside the United States, please visit aph.org. For purchases outside the US, please contact our international distributor, HumanWare.
 
Canada:
Email: info@humanware.com
Phone: 1-888-723-7273
 
Australia:
Email: au.sales@humanware.com
Phone: +61 2 9686 2600
 
UK / International (other than Canada and Australia):
Email: eu.sales@humanware.com
Phone: +44 1933 415 800
 
Along with your Code Jumper kit, we have full curriculum, comprised of 19 lessons, available on CodeJumper.com. These lessons include instructions for teachers, student activities, tutorial videos, assessments, and much more. Even with no background in computer science or coding, you can teach Code Jumper with these tools.
 
Be sure to also check out the Code Jumper course on the Microsoft Educator Community (MEC). This course was specially designed for teachers and provides an overview of what you need to know to teach Code Jumper. View the MEC course.
 
To hear Joshua’s Code Jumper story, please watch the video below:

 
If you have any questions, please contact our Customer Service team by calling them at 1-800-223-1839 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. EST. 
 
Happy coding!

 

Your friends at APH

Editor's Note: Code Jumper requires a computer or tablet running Windows 10 operating system  (1803 or above).

Comments

Posted by rtaylorkssbMar 03, 2020

If you lose Bluetooth connections repeatedly,  don't forget to change the batteries in the control unit.  We discovered that during one of our tech club activities.