Code Breaker Inc.

Breaking code isn’t just about programming, it’s about disrupting the status quo. It is about challenging social norms. It is about having critical conversations. It is about challenging systematic beliefs. It is about educating the whole child – mind, body and soul.

Consulting Services

Collaboration: the action of working with someone to produce or create something. Do you have a product or service that could use some feedback? Are you interested in forming strategic partnerships that leverage existing networks to reach more students? We accomplish our goals by creating content. We blog, we tweet, we YouTube, we attend conferences, we lead workshops, we develop professional development programs to meet the needs of full school districts and corporate partners.  We are passionate about inspiring educators to create curious seeking individuals in classrooms built on a community of trust, risk-taking and a freedom to fail.

Podcast Network

Our Code Breaker Podcast Network features the voices of our authors and ambassadors. Conversations around a variety of topics in education give listeners opportunities for reflection, learning and growth. Tune in for your daily dose of inspiration.

TEDx Talks

Spreading ideas, the reason behind TED and TEDx, lends itself to being a connected educator. Educators living in isolation today have chosen to do so. We are constantly inspired by teachers and leaders. The passion, creativity and innovation we have experienced allow us to share ideas further.

Professional Learning

Are you looking to book a member of our team to speak at your event? Our team of inspirational educators offers a wide variety of topics to enhance your professional learning event. For availability and pricing, please fill out our contact form at the link below.

Enroll in the Courses

Learn to Code & Code to Learn! Crack the code for your students’ success! Future-ready students need to be creative. They need to know how to communicate their ideas and how to collaborate as problem solvers. And to master these and other twenty-first-century requirements, they will need to be critical thinkers.

When students feel confident, they will take greater risks.  Same holds true for adults.

Brian Aspinall