Replit Replacement Ideas

yeaoooohhh, i remember now. (as a i forgot type of attitude, sorry)

Nevermind:

I don’t need the list or anything, so it’s alright

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it was in no-search-engines, whoops :sweat_smile: I’ll fix it soon. (for non-members as well).

I’ve seen this one, I think it may be good. https://codehs.com/

There’s also the CS50 stuff from Harvard which includes a codespace you can fork: cs50.dev

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Thanks but CodeHS is really expensive.

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CodeHS has a free plan.

Ah, sorry, I didnt check out the pricing

Does anyone have a good suggestion for an online Python IDE that is similar to Replit. Given the inability to disable AI auto-complete in my CS classes, it looks Like I’m going to need to find a different IDE. Thanks

EduBlocks is an alternative solution coming from Teams for Education.

It’s not just a block-based platform as the name might suggest, it supports text-based coding too.

It has a similar feature for setting assignments and auto-grading work called Classrooms and has had a very positive response from lot’s of teachers moving.

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Looks great but…
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Yup. $30k per year for my public high school? Ha!

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Any alternatives to the fee structure listed? The $1000 monthly cost (plus a $10 per student fee) is a non-starter for me and many others I’m sure.

It would also be worth mentioning whether or not your company will sign a student privacy agreement. Many K-12 districts are now requiring this (which I believe is because of a federal law)

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This looks VERY promising for young students. If they can add HTML with simple hosting and some sort of history / git integration… chef’s kiss

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Plus the one-click transfer :relieved:

Sorry just saw this now, for some reason. Vocareum is not a fit for me. $0 budget. Period. No wiggle room. I literally dumpster-dive for devices the kids can use. But thanks for looking out.

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Also appears to be a Kahoot-style system that comes with it.

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Seems like this is a known issue for all. Since everyone here have some comp sci background, why not we create an open-source together. your experience in the replit + teaching makes it invaluable for this project. idk just a suggestion

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You might be interested in working on Libit? We may add an education system later on.

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