Hello, After a recent application to a new teaching job that includes a robotics club along with the science courses I am proficient in, and having my own Makerspace/ STEM course this year, I am realizing I really need to understand robotics and coding! I have attended a PD on the implementation of coding standards that teachers need to be including and I definitely see the application, but I still feel in over my head. In my STEM class I have several students using LEGO Mindstorms and having a blast learning and teaching each other all on their own. I honestly don’t have a clue how they are coding their robots. I have done a little scratch/ block coding, but I get extremely impatient with it, because I feel so behind learning which includes progressing to Java, Python, etc. My question here is, does anyone have a good resource for teachers like me that are behind in learning this, and need to catch up quickly to help their students effectively? I know I should have been working on this before now, but only three years in teaching with six preps has made it hard to tackle much beyond keeping my head above water. Thank you for any suggestions folks have!