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Explore Scratch, Python, Roblox, JavaScript, Minecraft and robotics in your own self-paced learning dashboard!

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EdTech Group is proud to bring you CODEFLIX. The EdTech Group consists of complementary companies that deliver technology-based solutions to make school and after-school life more convenient, connected and enjoyable for schools, parents and students. 

Find out more at www.edtechgroup.com.au

Our video tutorials are pre-recorded and designed for self-paced learning. They can be accessed anytime – on your schedule. Students will watch engaging video lessons and our qualified coding coaches will instruct students when to pause the videos, code and develop their projects, and then test their work.

Depending on the topic, videos range from 5 minutes to 45 minutes in length. To complete each course will take longer than the actual video time as kids are required to pause the videos, code, design, and then test their work.

CODEFLIX offers multiple video tutorials for kids of every ability. Each video notes whether it is an introductory, intermediate or advanced topic.

We’re constantly working on new content which means that new video tutorials are being uploaded every month.

Yes. CODEFLIX’s online video tutorials are designed for one student per subscription.

CODEFLIX provides 7-day free trial to see if you like our courses. If you like our service, just stay on past the 7 days and your card will be automatically billed on day 8 for the subscription package you have signed up to.

Absolutely. Junior Engineers offers a range of face-to-face and online programs delivered after school and during the school holidays by qualified Coding Coaches.

Please visit www.jnrengineers.com.au for more information.

You are able to download PDF resources below select videos. Click the green button called: ‘Lesson Guide’.  These PDF resources provide you with further coding instructions to support your learning journey.

Yes. CODEFLIX offers Picture in Picture learning for a range of course in Scratch and JavaScript while other programs are best learnt using two monitors. 

The ideal set up for your CODEFLIX experience is a laptop, or desktop computer with a headset, a mouse and if available an additional screen. This is the most comfortable way to learn coding in general. Other options include just a laptop or desktop, or even viewing the video on one device while following the steps on another device. 

To save your progress in Scratch you will need to download the desktop app and log in.

All subscriptions are automatically renewed. You can cancel the auto-renewal at any time. When cancelling your subscription, you will be charged for the month you cancel.  

We recommend using Chrome as your browser. While CODEFLIX will work on other browsers we focus on optimising for Chrome.

The CODEFLIX courses require different free and paid programming software. 

Detailed instructions of how to download and install are provided from your course dashboard. Here is an overview of each software.

Scratch – free to download. It’s recommended to install on your desktop to save progress. Alternatively you can use the embedded online editor, however you won’t be able to log in and save projects this way.

Minecraft Education Edition

In order to participate along with the Minecraft Education videos, you are required to download the Minecraft Education version of Minecraft. This requires an educational email address and is available for free. Any address from an accredited educational institution should be usable.

Availability of access to Minecraft Education will depend on whether or not your educational institution has purchased Minecraft Education licenses. Please contact your educational institution should you have any issues with your educational institution email address not having access.

Minecraft Java Edition – requires purchase of license.

Roblox – free to download and install.

Python – free to use. Any Python IDE can be used, however in our videos we use the Thonny IDE.

JavaScript – free to download.

In order to participate along with the Minecraft Education videos, you are required to download the Minecraft Education version of Minecraft. This requires an educational email address and is available for free. Any address from an accredited educational institution should be usable.

Availability of access to Minecraft Education will depend on whether or not your educational institution has purchased Minecraft Education licenses. Please contact your educational institution should you have any issues with your educational institution email address not having access.