In this edWebinar, we will discuss how competitions help new generations of students with self-expression and the ability to analyze and solve problems.
Learn about effective strategies for helping students obtain computational and procedural fluency so that they retain more of what they learn and avoid common misconceptions.
In this edWebinar, Sara Delano Moore, Ph.D., Director of Professional Learning at ORIGO Education, will review an overview of computational thinking and explore the components of decomposition and algorithmic thinking in more depth.
This edWebinar will provide an overview of computational thinking and explore the components of patterning and abstraction in more depth.
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, Marcos Navas, Technology Facilitator from Union City Public Schools, shows how to prepare your students for their future using coding.
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.
During this webinar we will show you how easy it is to use the Bebras Challenge in your curriculum and how it can be a step-up to other computational thinking/coding/informatics subjects.
Attendees will learn about the essential components of computational thinking, the critical foundation of coding. The live, interactive session will also introduce techniques and tactics for introducing these concepts and skills into core curriculum.