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We support K12 educators in teaching computer science and leading the movement to make CS a part of every young person's education.
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Alison Avery 34m
Anchor charts and interactive projectors are being used to support some amazing practice lessons!
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Sara Roberts 28m
SPEED DATING!We may be on workshop day 4 of 5, but these teachers continue to bring energy & enthusiasm to each and every activity! Love the community they’re building & the ideas they’re sharing!
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Lizzy Douglas Jul 17
Two for one today! Educators were really excited to discuss on ! They 💚 it! Great way to share ideas among educators.
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nancy stevens Jul 17
Teaching and Learning CSS in Charlotte.
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Mrs. Szeliga Jul 17
Taking online training. My first impression of is that is students are extremely engaged with activitiies that are on the computer and that are unplugged. Excited to start with my Kinders!
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Melissa Efantis 22h
Exercise your students’ minds with !
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TeachCode Jul 16
We're so excited that there are both CS Discoveries and CS Principles tracks at the 's Second Annual Pathfinders Summer Institute! Read more:
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Jill Beuk Jul 15
Love how is able to create a curriculum where all can learn...such an easy way to understand binary...Fippy Do
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Lizzy Douglas Jul 16
Inspired by the course philosophy. No longer am I the . Instead I'm the LEAD LEARNER.
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Stephanie Zircher Jul 16
90 teachers prepping their lessons today at . I’ve got my cheering voice and clapping hands ready!
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Maureen Brunner, PhD Jul 16
having a great time teaching, learning, observing at the CS Principles this week
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Lizzy Douglas Jul 16
Practicing PAIR PROGRAMMING w ! 's online curriculum makes this so easy! Working together is better! Can't wait to use this with my students in this fall.
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UNH STEM Discovery Jul 16
Do you teach K-5 in NH and want to learn how to incorporate Computer Science? Register for our CS Fundamentals workshop on July 29 !
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TeachCode Jul 15
We love Flipgrid! Find us here:
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Tammy G. Parks, M.Ed Jul 15
Kicking off our Computer Science Discoveries 5-day Workshop w/ 21 Ts! We have a full week in store hitting on “What is CSD, Instructional Strategies, Community, Equitable Classrooms, Preparing to Teach” big Thx to our Reg Partner
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Tennessee STEM Jul 15
We are excited to join our partners in Chattanooga this week for the CS Summer Workshops. The CS Discoveries and CS Principles cohorts are examining the impact of effective communication, both on a team and when coding!
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OSLN Jul 15
2019 CS Teacher Con is jam packed with professional development to teach computer science in Ohio this fall. But we did have time for a quick break. Thanks !
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Educate Maine Jul 15
Day 1 of summer workshop in Maine! CSD and CSP cohorts learned and observed, planned and prepped lessons and met President Herbert too!
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Battelle Jul 15
This week, 90 Ohio educators gather to become computer science teachers. Our CEO Lou Von Thaer urged them on saying "Today at , computer science and programming influence almost all of the research we conduct” in Q&A with
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Mrs. Gillooly Jul 15
Algorithms in action! is teaching an unplanned TLO.
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