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Nicole Dean Jun 18
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Nicole Dean 21h
put into prototype in the Google Garage. SS are using all kinds of household items to build their solutions together.
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Marjori Daza 13h
Found these sweeties in the Google Graveyard
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Nicole Dean 3h
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Marjori Daza 13h
🎳Bowled over by these awesome kids!
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Kelsey Erwin 19h
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DebuggingCS 4h
Another funny image for starting classroom discussions about data types!
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Nicole Dean 13h
Mood changing flower tech, unreal free chocolate, and art shenanigans were just a small part of today’s adventures. 🧞‍♀️ your van may have gotten visited by
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Lauren Cooper 15h
Google was amazing today! Students toured their campus, created meaningful technology based prototypes, played with mood changing flowers and so much more
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Tim Goree 10h
Highlights from bowling ⁦⁩ tonight - take 2!
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ᒪIᑎᗪᗩ ᔕᗯEETIᑎG Jun 17
Q1: What were (are) some compelling reasons that you chose to incorporate CS into your classroom? What are the benefits?
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Tim Goree 16h
Designed our own solutions to real world problems, presented them, and peppered 4 Googlers with tons of questions about their jobs and what it takes to work there. We did all this at an awesome design space called The Garage. All day . Awesome!
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Tim Goree 15h
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Lisa Lewis 3h
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ᒪIᑎᗪᗩ ᔕᗯEETIᑎG 4h
Q3: Where did you go to get help? Who supported you when you were first starting out? What resources are you using? Did you choose a software program or an online site? Give a shout to all who helped you!
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Nicole Dean Jun 17
Elevator selfie #1. Team plus a guest.
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Tim Goree Jun 17
My X-Men! Loving these young heroes already - we had some great conversation tonight, and I can’t wait to see what tomorrow is like! 🤯
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ᒪIᑎᗪᗩ ᔕᗯEETIᑎG Jun 18
Q2: Let's make a plan! Please share questions or obstacles you overcame to make CS work in the classroom. Please share both problem & solution. Or ask your question if just starting out.
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José A. Alonso 10h
: Thales (France) is hiring an expert engineer in formal methods.
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InfosysFoundationUSA 22h
Dozens of Wisconsin schools are participating in a program created by 's philanthropic arm to address a shortage of computer science professionals across the country.
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