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Project Lead The Way Aug 9
"PLTW has offered these students and others at my school a glimpse at a future career they wouldn't necessarily have investigated, and that makes what happens in my classroom exciting every day.” – Qaey Williams, PLTW Gateway teacher
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Project Lead The Way Aug 8
“Every student was able to be successful, and it not only taught them the basics of computer science and coding, but it also taught them to try things they had never tried before." – , PLTW Launch teacher
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BlacksInTechnology Aug 9
3 days, 40 sessions, 50 Guest Speakers, 1000 attendees, , & , ...the list goes on!
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Sacha Thompson Aug 11
Thanks for being a part of this wonderful panel and showing all of us how !
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Rich Boettner Aug 10
Huge thank you to and for the conference! We learned so much and got a chance to learn from some of the best leaders in the world for
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Sacha Thompson Aug 10
Thanks for being a part of the panel and sharing the story with us!!
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Sacha Thompson Aug 10
Great session!! Thanks for sharing the story!!
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Project Lead The Way Aug 9
“This program is truly Computer Science for All. Every child has an opportunity and the means to be successful. That is why I will be a PLTW cheerleader for life.” – Angela Canham, PLTW Launch teacher
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Sacha Thompson Aug 9
Replying to @DBAKevlar
Where do you want me to send it?
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Project Lead The Way Aug 9
“The PLTW CSP curriculum (being offered as AP CSP) has changed the way students view CS. It is no longer a subject that is reserved solely for the intellectual elite of the school.” – , PLTW Computer Science teacher
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Melissa Medina Aug 9
Kicking off the Imagine Conference. Let the learning begin! Excited to be here representing
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Anya Bali Aug 9
. trains women, veterans, and minorities in tech to develop cloud skills and create workforce opportunities 💪🏼
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Vicky Hush Aug 9
noticed a lack of diversity in tech and so created and many other initiatives
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Project Lead The Way Aug 9
“When time comes for them to have to return the computers, there’s this sense of, ‘Aw, really?’ and that, to me, is a good class, when time’s up and they don’t want to leave my classroom.” – Angelica Gunderson, PLTW Gateway teacher
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Project Lead The Way Aug 9
“The stereotype of the ‘kind of student’ who can succeed at CS remains, but I think we are winning that battle, too, with increasing numbers of girls and minorities engaged in the class.” – Tim Velegol, PLTW Computer Science teacher
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Shelley Henderson Aug 9
Today at the Imagine Conference, and I will discuss diversity and inclusion in . Learn how FIRST is arming its front line to advance equity:
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