Presented by Matthew Cheng, Instructor
Presented by Yusra Obaid, 6-12 STEM Instructional and Technology Curriculum Developer, Bellevue School District (WA); Fred Valdez, Teacher, Listowel District Secondary School, Ontario, Canada; and Megan Turner, Education Lead, Blackbird
Presented by Leslie Stenger, Professional Learning Associate, UC Berkeley’s Lawrence Hall of Science
Presented by Dr. Sharon Jones, Director of Learning Impact for Prenda, K12 Computer Science Integration and Curriculum Development Expert, Radio Show Host, and Founder and CEO of the dot. Consulting and of the nonprofit Dottie Rose Foundation
Presented by Camille Schroeder, Director of Efforts for K-12 Outreach for the College of Engineering, Iowa State University; and Elizabeth Bacon, Curriculum Development Lead, CoderZ
How and where our students learn has radically changed over the last ten months. Students are in a multitude of educational environments that have challenged the entire school community. As educators, we cannot predict what the future holds, but we understand the importance of developing core skills such as collaboration, effective communication, and problem solving in our students today.
Presented by Christine Danhoff, Technology Integration Specialist, Genoa Area Local Schools (OH); and Lauren Watkins, Marketing Director, Unruly Splats
Join this edWebinar to explore various ways that will keep your students engaged, on task, and feeling less isolated by introducing cross-disciplinary online coding projects.
Teaching computer coding skills and concepts in the primary grades may sound like a challenge, but now there are hands-on activities and age-appropriate software that engage young students in this type of learning. And, starting the learning process in grades K-2 can build students’ confidence and reduce the challenges they face later when working on coding projects in the upper grades.
In this edWebinar, explore how to expose young students to computer science topics in early childhood instruction to build foundations for student learning.