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Technology & Innovation in Education (TIE) proudly invites all full-time K-8 school teachers and school support staff to sign up for a free, one-day workshop that will prepare them to teach computer science as an integral part of math, science and ELA. Code.org engages students in problem solving, critical thinking, analyzing and collaboration.
The session provides:
  • an introduction to computer science
  • computer science pedagogy
  • an overview of the online curriculum
  • teacher dashboard instruction
  • strategies for teaching “unplugged” hands-on classroom activitiesDiscuss implementation, teaching strategies and equity issues of Computer Science.
All attendees will receive a cool bag full of Code.org swag, a curriculum guide containing course lesson plans, a certificate of completion, classroom supplies for the unplugged activities and 6 CEU Hours toward one CEU Credit!


Sign up to attend one of our free regional trainings (8:30 am – 4:00 pm):


If these dates don’t work, please consider hosting a training for your own district:
  • Host for your district (20 attendee minimum)
  • Host in your district for surrounding schools (20 attendee minimum)

Please contact TIE Learning Specialists & Code.org Professional Learning Partners Julie Erickson, Kim Clark, Bailey Kowalski or Dan Henry for more details or if you have questions.









CODE.ORG/PROMOTE

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Code.org Facilitators

Marcia Torgrude torgrude@pd.code.org
Kim Clark clark@pd.code.org

Bailey Kowalski bkowalski@tie.net
Julie Erickson jerickson@tie.net
Daniel Henry dhenry@tie.net