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Mr C 10 Jul 18
"Wait time is a social justice issue." "How can we claim to be teaching creativity if there's 1 right answer?" "Don't 'school science' your computer science." "There are so many careers that computer science can make better." at
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Regina Schaffer 9 Jul 18
Learning great new ideas for integrating computational thinking into elementary classes with
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Jake Baskin 9 Jul 18
Well that was fun! Thanks to my 700 best CS teacher friends for helping launch the new era of CSTA with me
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Nathaniel Greene 9 Jul 18
“Coding is power”, for social change and social justice. Amazing keynote address by at
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Little Problem Solvers 10 Jul 18
How many computation thinking foundations can you spot in this video? Thank you for a preview of your performance!
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Fred Martin 9 Jul 18
From Todd Lash and Wendy Maa's session universal design for learning
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Tom O'Connell 🏳️‍🌈 12 Jul 18
Looking back on with my : 1) K-8 CS is a creative and joyful place that must influence how we think about 9-12 CS 2) Cross Curricular CS is limited only by teachers’ imaginations 3) We need to get more emerging CS teachers to !
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Martin Fish 10 Jul 18
“We have the power to normalize grit and facilitate collaboration, to disrupt patterns of WHO can be successful at CS.”
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Jason Judd 9 Jul 18
Thankful for these wonderful Maine CS educators who traveled to Nebraska this week. Your passion drives our work and provides opportunities for Maine students to gain the skills needed for the jobs of the future.
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Mr. Alex Wolfe 10 Jul 18
As I sit here reflecting on , here are my top 3 : 1. I want to make CS more fun by doing things like implementing more CS puzzles in my class or immersing my students in something real like cryptography in the WW2/The Imitation Game ... 1/2
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Michelle G. Lee 10 Jul 18
This is happening! I’m GROWING as an educator and so are YOU, all my amazing peers at Thank you CSTA for this honor.
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Sarah Eli Judd 10 Jul 18
One of 's students used Scratch as a way to cope with her depression. + feedback from her peers helped her deal with her feelings. A friend created a project about how she'd miss her. Make your class a safe space.
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Daniel Schneider 7 Jul 18
Been here less than a day and already have 2 certs. Really diggin the Microsoft cert lab here at .
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Vincent Gregorio 10 Jul 18
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Kiera Elledge 10 Jul 18
Love this concept - thanks for sharing ⁦⁩!!!
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John Drake 12 Jul 18
Thanks for taking the time to show me around the HUDL facility in Omaha and sharing ideas about teaching students how to use HUDL. I'm so appreciative!
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Lisa Milenkovic 9 Jul 18
Glad to see lots of familiar faces! is the correct link.
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➽ Rosemary Bianchi 10 Jul 18
And with this, is sadly over. Best PD of the year. Save the date for in Phoenix, AZ
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Chery Lucarelli 10 Jul 18
We were thrilled to present at . Thanks to Google, we have been able to begin our journey to infuse computational thinking into our pre-service teacher programs. Here is a link to our conference presentation website
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Carol Fletcher 10 Jul 18
Need help to prepare for CS Praxis? Come by booth to learn about our online prep course and discounts 4 CSTA+ members. We've helped over 400 teachers get certified - you can do it too!
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