Regardless of what subject you teach, computer science is foundational knowledge for all students in the 21st century. Incorporating it in your classroom will give your students a huge leg up. Besides, this is a subject the kids love learning.
With the help of Code.org, the Institute for School Partnership at Washington University is providing no cost, one-day workshops for elementary (K-5) school teachers interested in teaching computer science.
In-person instruction from an experienced computer science facilitator, including an intro to computer science pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, teacher dashboard, and strategies for teaching “unplugged” classroom activities. Click HERE for course information.
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Included at no cost:
- Breakfast and lunch
- Printed curriculum guide
- Certificate of completion (which could count for PD credit)
- Classroom supplies for the unplugged lessons
- Fun Code.org swag
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Questions? Contact Jaime Gilligan at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-913-3739.