In this edWebinar, a technology integrationist and an instructional technology specialist who began with no experience in coding and robotics will show you why they fell in love with coding and robotics, their lessons learned, and best practices for making a program work for you and your students.
In this edWebinar, through personal stories and research findings shared by the presenters, you will see the current gender divide in STEM and discover what educators can do about it.
Two common computer science misconceptions are that it’s just about programming and that only teachers with computer science degrees should teach it. Carrie Willis, Technology Director for Valley Preparatory School and Strategic Outreach Manager for Wonder Workshop, and Caitlin Arakawa, Kindergarten Teacher at Valley Preparatory School, dispel these misconceptions, during a recent edWebinar. They highlighted that soft skills critical to student success in future fields of study such as logic, problem-solving and creativity are integral components of computer science curriculums.
Learn how teaching-ready tools with specially designed activities and lessons can help engage students and inspire cross-curricular learning.
This edWebinar offers a review of the field of robotics, links to free resources, and real-world stories from the industry today that can be shared in the classroom.
In this edWebinar, take your students’ computational thinking to the next level using variables and conditionals in both simple and complex programs.
In this edWebinar, Darri Stephens and Carrie Willis share some teamwork examples from both inside the classroom and outside of our schools’ walls.
In this edWebinar, Charlotte Cheng explores how to incorporate activities and strategies so that students can take ownership of their coding experience.
In this edWebinar, Dylan Portelance and David Ko explore the power and limitations of human perception, a history of sensors and the technology.
Computational thinking provides an important foundation for learning computer science but can also inspire skills like the 4 Cs (collaboration, communication, creativity, and critical thinking) across other subjects. In a recent edWebinar, Naomi Harm, Strategic Outreach Education Manager at Wonder Workshop, and Angie Kalthoff, Technology Integration Specialist and Code.org Facilitator, presented classroom management tips for successful computational thinking activities and examples of activities to ignite those skills in students.