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Tips for Cross-Curricular Coding for Elementary and Middle School

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm EST

Tips for Cross-Curricular Coding for Elementary and Middle School

Presented by Christine Danhoff, Technology Integration Specialist, Genoa Area Local Schools (OH); and Lauren Watkins, Marketing Director, Unruly Splats

Sponsored by Unruly Splats

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There’s only so much time in a day to teach all the required topics! Despite research that proves the benefits of early access to computer science, coding is being deprioritized during distance learning, compared to other core subjects.

Watch this recorded edWebinar with Christine Danhoff, K-12 Technology Integration Specialist from Genoa Area Local School District, as she talks about how to incorporate computer science into core subjects like language arts, math, and music.

In this recorded edWebinar, you will learn:

  • Specific examples of how to incorporate computer science concepts into other subjects
  • How to use computer science games to increase engagement, spark curiosity, and foster resilience
  • How to get started with computer science as an educator when you are brand new to it

This recorded edWebinar will be of interest to elementary through middle school teachers, librarians, and school and district leaders.

 

Christine DanhoffAbout the Presenters

Christine Danhoff has over 20 years of teaching experience and is currently the technology integration specialist at Genoa Area Local Schools in Ohio. She is a Google Certified Trainer, an Alpha Squirrel, Breakout EDU Game Designer and Authorized Trainer, Code.org Facilitator, as well as an ambassador for many other educational apps. When she is not researching, learning, sharing, or talking about the latest trends in technology integration, she enjoys spending time with her husband, Jerry, son, Jonah, and three dogs, Buddy, Boomer, and Dino.

 

Lauren WatkinsLauren Watkins is the marketing lead at Unruly Studios. Before coming to Unruly, she worked in the 3D printing industry at Pinshape and Formlabs for three years and helped bring 3D printing to schools across the globe. A passionate techy, she loves working with educators to make STEM and technology more fun and physically active for kids!

 

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Unruly Splats

Unruly Splats introduces coding for kids through physically active games. Students program Splats with our block coding app and write the rules that tell Splats when to light up and make sounds when they are stomped on! Students code their own games with Splats and play them with classmates! Think whack-a-mole, relay races, and red light green light! Splats are built to be stomped on and are iPad and Chromebook compatible.


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