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Have you ever seen an activity using robotics and thought, “That would be great, but I don’t have enough TIME?” Do you want to incorporate robotics or programming, but you do not have much experience yourself?
In this webinar, Lisa Rode, sixth grade classroom teacher at Kings Glen Elementary in Fairfax County, VA, presents how to include robotics and programming in your school. Lisa explores ways to integrate robotics and programming into a variety of content areas such as language arts, social studies, math, and science. Learn ways to plan and develop lessons that correlate to their standards as well as break down misconceptions about incorporating building, programming, and robotics into core curriculum. Lisa also shares examples of projects and lessons for a variety of content areas.
This recorded webinar is designed for educators from grade two through the university level, including computer science teachers, engineering teachers, technology resource teachers, as well as librarians, after-school enrichment program instructors, and administrators involved in developing technology for their schools/districts.
About the Presenter
Lisa Rode is a sixth grade classroom teacher at Kings Glen Elementary in Fairfax County, VA. This is her 10th year teaching sixth grade. In 2014, Lisa started a Raspberry Pi after-school robotics club to teach students programming, engineering, and problem-solving skills. She integrates technology and robotics into classroom lessons and an after-school program.
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Dexter Industries is an American robotics company specializing in Raspberry Pi-based robot kits. Dexter Industries believes educators should be equipped with the best tools and resources to make learning technology more accessible to all students.